Supasonic Album Release – Audio Aphrodisiac – Justin Mayer

Supasonic Album Release

Supasonic Album Release

Released: February 4, 2012 and Published by Wet West Records.

 

 

 

 

Supasonic Album Release

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Supasonic Artwork

Supasonic Album Release

Supasonic is the first release from Justin Mayer. A 21 song album which is most accurately described as audio sex. An Audio Aphrodisiac and Stimulant. Overtly sexual and an uptempo collection of hits Supasonic was made to get you shaking your tail feather. While at moments arguably approaching on derogatory, the main message is one of love and non-violence. Supasonic is specially designed for girls and women to feel good and confident about themselves.

In an age where too many people fear their sexuality, Supasonic is just the antidote. It is there to free you from your shackles, in addition, to helping you express yourself.

Supasonic is a deeper look into Justin’s fantasies. His fantasies are laced with naughtier thoughts and consequently, you can’t help but become more in tune and open with yours. Seamlessly intertwined within the fantasies are astute observations on real life and modern day living. This is spiced with occasional moments of satirical looks at Pop Culture. You just might have to peel a few layers to get to it.

Hard hitting, in more ways than one, Supasonic is heavily synthesized and largely uptempo. With raw dirty synths, banging drums, and a fat lower end, Justin’s sound gets speakers moving. His lyrics, therefore, result in a combination of soothing passionate love making and outlandish fetish domination. When you add to that his brazen and brash style Supasonic will have you chomping at the bit for more. Furthermore, his big catchy hooks and shiny lurey production will titillate your ears. Finally, with aggressive to smooth rapping and smooth to aggressive singing, his constant juxtaposition of styles leads to an interesting dynamic rarely found in one artist.