It could also be exhausting to consider that RL Grime launched his debut album over 4 years in the past. How Henry Steinway manages to remain so related will not be a surprise. The honored producer’s maintained prominence is as a result of impeccable timing of his releases and his inane means to stay a prime pageant billing 12 months in and 12 months out — to say nothing of his genre-bending bass productions.
Alas, the solar has set on the times of his critically-acclaimed debut VOID LP. The daybreak of NOVA is now upon us. With two singles already teased from his forthcoming sophomore album — a dance-pop crossover observe with Daya, “I Wanna Know,” and the extra hip-hop leaning, “Undo,” that includes Jeremih and Tory Lanez — Grime has already begun unpacking a completely new sonic suitcase that ventures far past the realm of entice.
Now the LA-native continues to tantalize salivating followers with a 3rd single, “Pressure,” a pulsing bass product that assuredly pays tribute RL’s entice roots. In truth, it might very effectively be his subsequent “Core.” RL’s newest immediately spirals right into a excessive octane first break, full with verbose drums, gritty lows, and the cacophonous, swelling synth preparations we’ve come to like of Steinway. RL Grime is out to show that he's nobody trick pony; he’s a darkish horse poised to infiltrate the business realm of dance-pop crossover stardom. The 15-track NOVA LP is ready for a July 27 launch WEDIDIT.