Ottawa duo Buck-N-Nice, consisting of DJ So Nice and SawBuck, have released the third single off their latest project, EMAG. “Try Me” is available now on Spotify, and other outlets. Check out the track below along with the official press release.
BNN are back with “Try Me”, and they wish you would
Buck-N-Nice continue their aggressive approach to sophomore album, EMAG. “Try Me” is the third of several singles from EMAG, a 15 song album that addresses the smoke and mirrors of the music business and snake move tendencies of people in general. Nothing is off limits. If it’s what they felt needed to be aired out, this album covered it.
“Try Me” sends a clear message that doesn’t need much explanation. Like a lot of people, Buck-N-Nice are exhausted with all the fabrication artists are spewing. If it’s not your story, don’t tell it. They’re pulling cards.
Since the release of their debut, Us Versus Them, BNN have gone on to perform at some of the biggest music festivals, sold out shows, and are recipients of Stingray Music’s Rising Star Award. After a hiatus to take care of family matters, the duo are back, hungrier than ever, with the know-how they once lacked.
Make sure you also check out their last single, “Time” featuring Reks, which has found it’s way to rotation on Sirius XM radio.
Visit the official website BucknNice.com.
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