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Cherrytree's Official Statement Regarding The Ban Low-frequency Oscillating Woofers organization's stance on Far East Movement's "Dirty Bass" Sound
It has come to our attention that the B.L.O.W. (Ban Low-frequency Oscillating Woofers) organization has filed a petition denouncing Far East Movement's unique, "Dirty Bass" low-frequency-powered sound which the group first pioneered on their hits "Girls on the Dance Floor" and "Like a G6."
While we respect B.L.O.W.'s right to their opinion, we at Cherrytree do not agree with it.
On the contrary, we support Far East Movement's right to create in the low frequency spectrum and appeal to everyone to please join us in opposing B.L.O.W.'s stance by backing Far East Movement's right to artistic, sub-bass expression, banging new track "Jello" featuring Rye Rye and forthcoming new Cherrytree album "Dirty Bass."
The staff of Cherrytree Records
-This is a response to B.L.O.W., more information can be read on FarEastMovement.com