A monthly review of new artists or bands who are soon to make a splash in the music scene. This month’s feature: Electronic Dance Music.
This album mixes rap, trap, and house into one album. It has great vocals and melodies. This is perfect for listeners who just want to relax, or others who want to party and “bump” to it. Francis’ creativity, ability to bring multiple genres together, and use of music appeasing different tastes make this album great. You will hear some of the Dillon Francis’ older style of trap, and dubstep, but you will also hear his new sound of a more progressive house.
Song Name: Dillon Francis All that (Feat. Twista and the Rejectz)
This song is from Dillon Francis’s new album. This song incorporates the great lyrical creativity of Twista with original trap beats. This song does not really have a “drop”, but it does have a great chorus, and two very exceptional verses from Twista with his usual style of fast rapping. This track is great for Jamming to in your car and for parties.
Tim Wu was born in Ann Arbor, Michigan. As a young boy he was classically trained on the piano. He graduated from Harvard in 2011. Since 2011 he has made his way into the EDM scene. Elephante has a very light electronic sound. He excels most when making remixes, but his own tracks do not disappoint.
Elephante is often compared to Avicii, Alesso, and Axwell.
Follow My Feet- The Unlikely Candidates (Elephante Remix)
Rather Be – Clean Bandit (Elephante Remix)
Dark Horse – Katy Perry(Elephante Remix)
Team – Lorde (Elephante Remix).
Colin Price ’18 also contributed to this story.