Atlanta, Georgia-based cardio-pop trio 3D The Boss recently released their debut LP, Push It, a superb, compelling album.
Talking about ‘Push It,’ Saint Day Adeogba says the album is “music to raise your frequency to a higher level.”
Not only does 3D The Boss’ sound motivate listeners to get up and move to the groove, but it inspires listeners to live healthily.
3D The Boss’ approach to music involves a three-dimensional approach, focusing on unhealthy self-image, unconscious messaging, and imbalanced role models. With their galvanizing sound, the band boosts self-love, living with purpose, and passionate pursuits.
Made up of C Lei. Boss Lady, Saint Day Adeogba, and Lady Bass, 3D The Boss blends elements of the ‘70s and ‘80s funk with plush R&B, contemporary pop, and electronic pizzazz into dazzling, unique music.
Comprising 10-tracks, Push It begins with “Go,” opening on a powerful funk rhythm composed of a slapping bassline and tight, crunching drums. Smooth, vibrant vocals infuse the lyrics with buoyant energy.
Entry points include “BBGG (Big Boys Good Girls),” riding swirling jazz-flavored tints merging with big band textures. Fleet, brilliant vocals imbue the lyrics with infectious savors of revved-up ‘50s sound. There’s an ebullience to the track, alluring, tantalizing, and invigorating. It’s just plain old fun to listen to.
The title track rolls out on a smoldering, banging rhythm, topped by a fat, popping bassline and thrumming colors. Sensuous vocals, along with radiant harmonies, give the lyrics erogenous textures. Reminiscent of Madonna amalgamated with En Vogue, “Push It” throbs with contagious dynamics.
“Do My Dance” features tasty drums topped by brass accents, while a jazzy piano injects the harmonics with sparkling tones. Braying brass melds with a stellar bassline as velvety harmonies flow overhead.
With Push It, 3D The Boss push out delicious pop, R&B, jazz, and funk blended into exciting music chock-full of upbeat momentum.