Over the last year, QUIX has established himself as one of the hottest up-and-coming acts in the Trap game, releasing music under Buygore and Mad Decent among others.
He has collaborated with artists such as Boombox Cartel, Party Thieves, and KRANE, and has earned remix duties for Skrillex and Rick Ross, Troyboi, and Diplo, and Tommy Trash. His success comes off as no surprise as he brings a pretty unique and diverse approach to the table, showcasing superb sound design over unpredictable percussion patterns and blending both perfectly.
His newest track “Riot Call” featuring singer Nevve, out on Steve Aoki’s Dim Mak, displays everything someone could ask for in a QUIX track, just bigger, better; and it’s super fun. It immediately gets down to business, with Nevve’s beautiful vocals over a poppy progression. The lyrics add up to the hype as the instrumental builds towards the drop, where a huge synth comes out of nowhere and completely dominates the track.
QUIX proves his production skills once again, creating a track that is as radio-friendly as it is intense and hard-hitting.
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