High Life EP is DJ GameOn's debut album, and was initially released on June 21, 2016, mainly focusing on trap and dubstep music. Shortly after the release of Like A Boss, Bernstein started working on this album. It included many singles such as Titanium, Back in Action and No Limits. The album was in production, starting as early as December 13, 2015, to as late as June 15, 2016. It was also an album for celebration of a great year of music for himself. According to him directly, the "EP" in High Life EP doesn't mean "Extended Play," but instead means "Energy Play." There was also some trouble with distributing the album across all platforms, because they dropped on different dates for different services. For example, the album released on June 17 for Bandcamp, June 21 for Google Play and Spotify, but June 27 for iTunes.
Production EditThe full album was produced with GarageBand, across all
7 tracks, however not all the project files were saved at the time of release. For example, Fired Up, Sunset, and Back in Action's project files were never saved after publishing. It ended up only being 21 minutes long, due to time constraints of trying to get the album out and distributed before the Summer. It didn't fully come out the way Bernstein expected, but all that matters to him is that it's out and it sounded solid, and not bad.
Scrapped tracks Edit
Originally, DJ GameOn intended to put more hip-hop tracks on the album, but the idea was put to rest due to the time he actually started making newer tracks than just putting older tracks on the new album. For example, "Fired Up" was released on June 8, 2016, and "All Night/The Dream" was released on June 14, 2016. These tracks were very close to release due to rushing, but the tracks still came out solid.
Incorrect release date error Edit
Since 2017, High Life EP has been shown on iTunes and other streaming services to be released on June 1, 2017, the same day as Days After High Life, which would not make any sense since the release date of DAHL was originally May 29, 2017 before it was taken down in November. This means that High Life EP was showing as a newer release than Days After High Life, mind you it's called Days AFTER High Life.
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