Ahead of what promises to be a must-listen debut album, Chicago-based electronic music producer COFRESI has unveiled one of it's surefire standouts.
"Daylight," which arrives by way of Westwood Recordings, is a multicultural track featuring fabled reggae artist Matisyahu and Jamaican rapper Kyng Dyce. COFRESI's frenetic, percussion-driven production is bolstered by the signature cadence of Matisyahu's iconic voice, while Dyce adds another level of flair. All hell breaks loose in the song's trap-inspired drop, which is nothing short of breathtaking.
Watch the official "Daylight" music video below.
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COFRESI has been dominant over the course of the past year. Back in November 2020 he dropped a video from remote desert, where he recorded a live performance of his riveting remix of "Circle Of Life" from The Lion King.
You can listen to "Daylight" on streaming platforms here.