ISOxo and G Jones Collide On New Bass Anthem, “Say What”

G Jones and ISOxo have joined forces for "Say What," a highly anticipated collab.

After being teased in their live shows as early as the fall of 2021 and appearing in Jones' collaborative Disk Doctors mix with EPROM, "Say What" grew to become one of their most popular IDs. It's now officially hit streaming platforms.

Like stepping into a monochromatic world crafted by M.C. Escher, "Say What" is G Jones and ISOxo at their very best.

"The song 'Say What' started off as a beat challenge that I did a few years ago," explained ISOxo, who was named to's Class of 2022 earlier this year. "I wanted to make a G Jones-type beat when creating the track, little did I know that years later he would actually want to work on it too. This was really a full circle moment for me."

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The pair somehow combine Jones' 90s home computer aesthetic with ISOxo's menacing sound design in a way that feels incredibly fluid and unlike anything else they've released. The use of classic rave leads, sharp synths and laser beam samples will leave fans and fellow producers alike in awe.

"Say What" is out now on Jones' Illusory Records. Check out the track below and stream it here.

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