With a fresh perspective on production, teenage artist Chris Pop is using his youth to make waves. The 19-year-old producer's latest track, "Kariya," is out now, and it sounds little like other EDM on the market.
Pop's use of live instrumentation in "Kariya" adds a special touch. Starting pensively with xylophone and then building into a percussion-driven drop, the track is colorful and bright. The Canadian DJ's creative use of voice sampling adds a youthful touch.
Earlier in 2019, Pop released singles "Sweet," "Out of Focus" with Lung$, "Zonta Meadows" and "Losing You." They follow 2018's Absolute World EP, available through Artist Intelligence Agency. With a mix of SoundCloud exclusives and Spotify releases, Pop is anything but new to the scene. "Kariya" showcases his unique ability to use a dubstep synth landscape to create a laid back, tropical house vibe.
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