Sega Bodega’s Debut Album ‘Salvador’ Is Experimental Pop Done Right

Glasgow-raised producer Sega Bodega has released his much-anticipated debut album, Salvador.

The emotionally-charged record veers between futuristic pop and R&B inflected electronica, with some mischevious wordplay thrown in for good measure (“when you lie you look like you’ve come, but as if you came in public.”)  Some of the beats, as anyone already familiar with Sega or NUXXE would expect, are bloody huge; the kind that will surely go down well during festival season.

Ahead of the launch, Sega also dropped the visuals for latest single “Raising Hell.” Stream Salvador below or order here.

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