Known to champion trap music in their live sets, the duo have tapped one of the genre's most popular producers to mutate their future pop sound into bona fide sonic boom. They employ nasty bass patches in the drop, which are akin to Skrillex's post-dubstep sound design of yesteryear. TroyBoi's influence in "Fresh Juice" is also undeniable, especially in the break, which features eerie Middle Eastern-inspired vocal swells. Check out the new collaborative single below, which also came with a trippy animated video.
Along with the release of "Fresh Juice" came another single called "Keep Moving." Louis The Child decided to go house here, producing a bouncy club track a-la 2020 Diplo. Both songs will appear on Louis The Child's highly anticipated Candy 2 project, which the duo announced is releasing this week. Fans can also expect a Whethan collab on the project.
Karim Naas Delivers Kaleidoscopic Club Anthem, "M.I.A"
"M.I.A" marks Naas' fifth offering of the year.
Mersiv Redefines Bass Music on Metamorphic Debut Album, "Pretty Dark Loud"
Mersiv's first album explores his signature sound with depth and clarity.
Sonny Fodera's Decade-Long Experience Shines In New Album, "Wide Awake"
Fodera's new 14-track album is his most ambitious record to date.
You can check out "Keep Moving" below.