HABANERA HUSTLE – New Release from THISISGRAEME Music Featuring N8YTY

HABANERA HUSTLE - New Release from THISISGRAEME Music Featuring N8YTY

Habanera Hustle: A Collaboration with N8YTY (Nathan Waitai)

I’m thrilled to introduce Habanera Hustle, my latest collaboration with Nathan Waitai, who also goes by N8YTY. This instrumental track fuses the captivating rhythms of Latin rock with Nate’s standout lead guitar skills. We thoroughly enjoyed the creative process and are eager for the music to connect with you.

If you have enjoyed my music and would like to show your support, there are several ways you can help me gain more exposure and reach a wider audience.

If You Enjoy Habanera Hustle or THISISGRAEME Music, Here’s How to Support

  1. FOLLOW on Spotify: Keep tabs on my latest releases and playlists by following my artist profile on Spotify. Your support on this platform significantly boosts my visibility.
  2. SUBSCRIBE on Youtube: Gain access to exclusive content, music videos, live performances, and behind-the-scenes insights by subscribing to my YouTube channel. This helps in extending my influence on a key platform.
  3. SHARE on social media: Help elevate the profile of my work by sharing your favourite track from the album on your social channels. Your shares are crucial for introducing my music to new audiences.
  4. ADD to your playlists: Include my tracks in your custom playlists on Spotify or YouTube. This enhances the discoverability of my music and helps to connect with a broader listenership.
  5. STREAM on Your Preferred Platform: Listen on Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon Music or any platform you prefer. Each stream is a valuable contribution to the growth and reach of my music.

Listen to Habanera Hustle

On Spotify below or here on YouTube

Don’t forget to check out my other music. You can follow me on Spotify and Instagram, and subscribe to my YouTube channel for updates on new releases.

Thanks for listening and supporting independent music!

Discover new music

If you like this track you might also like these ones also by THISISGRAEME Music:

  • Why The Blues Got To Be So Sad with Paul Foulds on Spotify below or here on YouTube.

20 Albums in 20 Years

I’m just getting started, but I would be grateful for your support on this project. My goal is to release 20 albums of original music in the next 20 years or so.

It’s a lofty goal, but I’m excited to embark on this journey and see where it takes me. Each album will be a reflection of my personal growth and experiences as an artist at the time it gets released. I hope that my music will resonate with listeners and inspire them in their own journeys.

Album 4/20 – The Mixer is the Elixir

On Spotify or here on YouTube

Album 3/20 – Experiments Including Friends

On Spotify or here on YouTube

Album 2/20 – Elevator Music for the 0.01%

On Spotify or here on YouTube

Album 1/20 – Before the Comet (BTC)

On Spotify or here on YouTube

In addition to the music, I’m also excited to share my creative process and insights into my craft. As a teacher, I believe in the power of education and sharing knowledge, and I hope to provide valuable resources and tips over the process.

Thank you for joining me on this journey, and I look forward to sharing more of my music and insights with you in the future. Stay tuned for updates on upcoming releases and more exciting projects.


If you enjoyed any of this, then please head over to my music page and check out the rest of my tunes including links to other music platforms.


THISISGRAEME is the artist name of Graeme Smith, a musician and maker of cool things from New Zealand. His music is a blend of downtempo vintage-sounding synthesizers, world music influences, ambient melodies, rock and roll energy, and of course, drum and bass beats.

Inspired by his interpretation of the Hero’s Journey, he’s currently working on releasing 20 albums of original music over the next 20 years. Despite streaming audio being a terrible deal for independent artists, he continues to share his work with people all around the world, and is always grateful for any support he receives

Author: Graeme Smith

Education, technology, design. Also making cool stuff...

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