Egzod returns with another single on the esteemed trap music label Lowly.. Bringing former collaborator and Colombian producer Sinego along for the ride, the two cross cultures in the rock-inspired single "Patience."
Egzod has had no trouble amassing an audience with his unique combination of rock and world instrumentation, and heavy hitting electronic synths. The Miami-based producer has landed numerous singles on Lowly. this year beginning with "Reserve" - which premiered on EDM.com back in February.
Instrumentally, the formula for "Patience" remains in a similar vein. However, from a songwriting perspective the track sees the combination of both English and Spanish spoken verses, a move that will prove valuable in their appeal to a global streaming base.
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Colombian producer Sinego has proven successful in numerous Latin American markets following releases on Warner Music Latin America, Sony Music Brazil, and more. The producer and multi-instrumentalist releases "Patience" coming off of a pop house remix of Sofi Tukker's "Playa Grande." Having broken several hits already in Latin America, Sinego is largely creditable for the collaboration's multi-cultural appeal.
“This song embodies everything Egzod is about: cultural diversity, meaningful life story, and world sounds," said Ezgod. "I had a lot of fun working with my great and talented friend Sinego, with whom I share a similar vision, as well as with the amazing songwriter Daniel Sobrino."