A spoonful of a JOYRYDE document has confirmed doubtlessly deadly within the years since he stormed the digital threshold. With the assistance of Skrillex and former label associate, OWSLA, he’s scrawled his dance-primed, bass-driven insignia to the forefront of the scene in everlasting ink.
Gearing up for his debut album, Brave, on Insomniac offshoot, HARD Recs (the auspiciously affiliated imprint’s first LP, too), JOYRYDE has unfolded the second single, “Yuck,” that includes Chicago rapper, GOLD, from the upcoming undertaking. As the collaboration’s visible accompaniment illustrates, the observe is amongst JOYRYDE’s most lurid releases up to now. Searing entice chops substitute his normal four-by-four time signature, whereas GOLD’s austere supply solidifies observe’s shadow-dwelling lifeblood. But the message shouldn't be with out tact: JOYRYDE and GOLD use the observe to rendezvous inside the notion of maintaining one’s head down whereas remaining dedicated to a creative endeavor with a view to foster and keep a way of individualism within the course of.
“Yuck” follows the primary single from the album, “I’m Gone,” one other gumptious home providing which arrived this previous February. The full-length studio album is poised to reach this spring.