Tisoki Releases “FK WITH ME,” featuring Caitlyn Scarlett

Electronic music producer Tisoki introduces his brand-new single, “FK WITH ME,” featuring Caitlyn Scarlett.

Speaking about the track, Tisoki shares, “This song was started as part of the Brownies & Lemonade beat smash episode I did alongside Oliverse. I loved the idea so much that I decided to expand on it and make it a whole new song. I had the acapella from Caitlyn’s ‘B.I.G’ sitting for a while and made a mashup for shows which then eventually turned into the final record!”

“FK WITH ME” follows on the heels of Tisoki’s DnB tune, “Can’t Have U,” with Fabian Mazur. Tisoki’s previous hits include “Wobble,” with more than five million Spotify streams, “Lights,” with 1.7 million streams, and “Sad B*tch,” with over one million streams.

Originally from the UK, Tisoki, aka Bradley Edwards, now lives in L.A. His sound encompasses a blend of dubstep, drum and bass, UK garage, trap, and experimental, leading to an impressive catalog of music earning him support from artists like DJ Snake, Skrillex, Excision, Tiesto, and Steve Aoki.

Coming from a rock and metal context, his electrifying performances have graced the stages of Red Rocks, EDC Las Vegas, and Coachella.

“FK WITH ME” opens on snake-charming guitars riding crashing percussion, followed by a fat, reverberating bassline. Caitlyn’s risk-laced vocals imbue the lyrics with dangerous timbres. Her flow, half-rapping, and half-melodic imbues the tune with lethal textures.

Galvanizing drops give the harmonics edgy flavors, leading to the thump-filled verses and rattling chorus. Shifting, gyrating, and plummeting layers inject the soundscape with raw energy, dazzling ebbs and rises, and reckless dynamism.

“FK WITH ME” hits hard, pumping out a massive bassline, tight, potent percussion, and the venomous vocals of Caitlyn Scarlett.

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Written by Randy

Randy Radic is a Left Coast author and writer. Author of numerous true crime books written under the pen-name of John Lee Brook. Former music contributor at Huff Post.