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Marc E. Bassy “Treat Me So Bad” Video

Marc E. Bassy is back again for another visual from his ‘Postmodern Depression’ EP. Following “Love Her Too,” you get the video for another hit in “Treat Me So Bad.” “I could paint you a million pictures to make you see. But nothing ’bout you, ever looked real to me.” Check it out above and enjoy!

Marc E. Bassy has been pushing his “Love Her Too” single from the initial release, plus a visual and a performance on The Late Late Show. Today, he goes solo… just Bassy and a guitar performing a stripped version of the track. Enjoy it above and listen to his newly released project!

Marc E. Bassy visited on The Late Late Show with G-Eazy last night to perform their new single “Love Her Two.” This is, of course, a track seen off his most recent project ‘Postmodern Depression,’ a project you need to have in your library. Make sure you check them out, backed by a live band above and enjoy!

Marc E. Bassy & G-Eazy have linked up multiple times before, and today you get their newest connection from his ‘Postmodern Depression’ EP, “Love Her Too.” The video looks like it was shot in the ’90s, using a low-quality vibe in black and white. Peep it up top and grab Bassy’s new project ASAP, it’s another work of art. Yee!

Marc E. Bassy recently announced his new project was coming at the end of the week and the day is here. That new EP is entitled ‘Postmodern Depression’ and it holds five tracks with features from G-Eazy & Guapdad 4000. Pick up the EP HERE and let us know which track is your favorite. Enjoy!

Bay Area representatives Marc E. Bassy and G-Eazy connect once again to demonstrate their chemistry on wax. “Love Her Too” opens with a boom-bap drum sequence and a simple, but infectious melody, where Bassy pays homage to his San Francisco roots, singing, “I be on that cliché, looking for a three-way/ Grew up on rappers from the East Bay.” Listen in above and check out more via Complex.

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Marc E. Bassy “Music Changed Me”

Marc E. Bassy ‘Gossip Columns’ album is still in regular rotation even though it came out a year ago, but to start off October you get brand new Bassy in “Music Changed Me.” Do yourself a favor and listen in below. He also announced his new project is coming this Friday!

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