Said The Sky's sophomore album is due out next week, but ahead of the full release, he didn't hesitate to drop a massive collaboration on fans at the 11th hour.
The synergy between ILLENIUM and Said The Sky has been well documented. In fact, it's become something of a tradition. Most recently, the two linked up on "Crazy Times" and "I See You" on the former's Grammy-nominated Fallen Embers album last year. With Said The Sky gearing up for his first album in nearly four years, it's only fitting ILLENIUM is returning the favor.
Their latest, "Walk Me Home" is a crossover between electronic rock and melodic trap—certainly familiar territory for the two genre-defining producers. However, between the embrace of primarily acoustic instrumentation combined with a melancholic vocal contribution from Chelsea Cutler, the track creates a warm sense of comfort that represents a departure from the stadium-filling energy the two producers have mustered on previous efforts. Overall, the contrast is a welcome addition to their storied saga.
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