Hi I'm Ghost (Nathan Davis and Tiago Nunez) have been taking over the electronic music scene with their mysterious and dark signature sounds. With recent releases being supported by the likes of Krewella & R3HAB, they are certainly an artist to watch over the coming months.
"Spookier Riddim" is a follow-up track to "Spooky Riddim" from December of 2017. When played at shows, fans chant, "This Is Some Spooky Riddim Let's Get Wonky Womp Womp," which is incredibly apt as this is a very, very spooky track. Hence the name, probably.
As they gain more and more momentum with each release, all signs indicate Hi I’m Ghost is on a meteoric rise in their journey as one of dance music’s most promising acts.
You can listen to their new song here:
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With an extremely creepy intro proceeded by vocal stabs and complex rhythms, Spookier Riddim is certainly one of my favorite bass tracks out there right now. The drop is certainly spectacular due to the combination of the intriguing sound design & vocal use. I'll certainly have this on repeat for weeks to come.