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BUTTONPUSHERS EDM Super Group, with their patented “ELECTRO BUTTON ROCK”

BUTTONPUSHERS

RUK X DOM X MURTA X ANDERSON
EDM Super Group, with their patented “ELECTRO BUTTON ROCK”
HISTORY: The story goes like this…
Ruk Nutty aka Richard Garcia has been a co-producer for some of the greatest and most influential Pop, R&B and HipHop artists in the world. Working with and co-producing with SUPER PRODUCERS like Teddy Riley, they destroyed the pop charts with hits from Destiny’s Child, Lady Gaga and Michael Jackson and officially broke the Asian Charts with the Girls Generation single, “The Boys”  and “What is Love” – EXO and put the jet setting Ruk on a crash course with South East Asia and…
DJ Justin Murta who was co-producer of the Hip Hop Handbook and working with HipHop, R&B and Pop icons like Usher & Chris Brown, all over the world. His tours took him to South East Asia, where he began work on his Prime Time TV Show: “Hip Hop Central” on Yan TV. After meeting up with Ruk Nutty though some mutual Industry connections, the duo began to experiment with “ELECTRO MC” and Bringing the “Party Rock” soul to ASIA.
Those two blew up.. but they knew that this could be bigger… They headed back to the United States to refine their creation and then they found..
#WHOISCHRISANDERSON aka Chris Anderson, one of the most dynamic drummers for artists like Gorillaz, RKelly and Mos Def. His seasoned touring experience  and music knowledge brought him into the collaboration to make the live shows even doper.. plus he is the driving force of the insanity that lives on stage.
THEN! Ruk’s protégé and co-production partner…
DOM aka Dominic Rodriguez was like, “WF are you doing? I want to take EDM to the next level, too!”  Dom joined the team and brings his resume of game killing and jaw dropping credits on many platinum projects all over the world, including Beyonce, B2K and SM Town (Korea) collaborations.
BUTTONPUSHERS  WERE BORN! and their Asian releases like Favorite Song topped the radio charts and started selling shows out in Vietnam, Malaysia and Cambodia. The explosive beats and live shows have been taking over the EDM music scene in South East ASIA. Now, they are ready for ALL MARKETS!
STATE OF THE UNION: “We looked at how boring and unenergetic most of the music and live performances were  by the major Electronic Dance Artists,” Ruk explains.
Justin went on, “At the time, I was still making money in HipHop, and that’s where my initial passion was. I saw how much I could improve the Dance Music scene and Ruk was producing these monster tracks out of Korea,  we looked at each other like, “we can make some noise out here.”
NOW: They are releasing an "official" debut single, "DRUNK SONG!" (Button Pushers Entertainment) entered the top 100 on iTunes Charts in December 2015, BUTTON PUSHERS are ready to assault the European and United States Markets and smash the club and festival circuit worldwide. Captivating audiences with their PARTY ROCKIN, HIGH-energy, and BIG ROOM overtones, their newest singles, are only a small preview of what’s to come.
The group will make their International Debut with Button Pushers Entertainment’s Distribution Platform and will follow that with the LP version later this year. With this release that is sure to blow up stages (literally) from Ho Chi Minh City Vietnam  to New York. Their singles: “Top of the World ft. Tevin Campbell” and “Runaway (Don’t Look Back) and “Welcome to Tokyo” reflects the fact that they have arrived, are here to make some F#CK*N’ noise and bring back the art of Party Rockin to a dope venue near you! Don’t be surprised when they end up in your playlists this summer.

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