Fresh off an eight week social media hiatus, German hitmaker Felix Jaehn (real name Felix Jähn) is keeping us on our toes with a steady stream of singles to reinvent his career.
This latest single is a continuation of the darker, vibier bass music Jähn is currently exploring. Radio ready and upbeat, "SICKO" brings an urban club feel, alternating between male and female vocals.
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"We all have dark character traits that appear from time to time. For a while these traits took over and controlled my life," Jähn said in a press release. "The song feeds of an insane energy that Faangs, myself and the other writers felt in a late night session when we wrote 'SICKO.'"
With an album on the horizon, Jähn is entering this new chapter in his career with a new commitment to self-acceptance following his hiatus, he added. With tropical house and pop-centric bass hits going back to 2014, only time will tell what this new direction means for the 25-year-old producer.