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Andres Sierra Shares About Production Process, Future Plans, And Music [Exclusive Interview]

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We recently covered Andres Sierra’s House Arrest album, an uplifting groovy experience that’s surprisingly diverse as it is impactful. Andres Sierra took some time to answer questions regarding the making of the album, future plans, and more. Read the full interview below.

House Arrest is awesome, but “Why Do I (Still Love You)” really stands out, how did the track come about?

Yay! Thank you! It’s one of my favourites and happens to be one of the earliest songs written songs on the album. We wrote the song back in 2013 but it was never released. Fast forward to 2016 during the creation of the album, and we really wanted to include it but it needed a face lift. I contacted my buddy Jonny from Midnight City to see if they’d like to produce to my vocals, they said yes, and together we created the version that made it on the album. (btw, it was all done over the phone) 🙊

What DAWs do you use to make music?

Logic.

For other producers out there, how would you say getting millions of streams is possible on Spotify?

We spend a lot of money on marketing to generate traffic to Spotify. You can’t fake your numbers on Spotify. You need real people listening to your music who will save your song and add it their playlists, so you need to show up on someone’s Instagram feed as a sponsored post if you want to get noticed.

What are the main themes and sounds you have been trying to put on there in 2017?

Love, and anything that makes you want to dance. We all need to love and dance in 2017.

If you weren’t making music, what do you think you’d be doing?

Can I be an actor in musicals? If not, then a weatherman. I’m obsessed with hurricanes.

What are your goals going into the next year?

Being nominated for a Juno Award would be a huge honour, and recording a session at BBC Live Lounge. #goals

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Hear T-Pain’s New Remix Project Presented By Dubset Media

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T-Pain has been putting out a lot of new music in 2017, campaigning his return from his five year break with the release of his new album, ‘Oblivion’ coming this November. While known for his award-winning career as an R&B singer/songwriter, T-Pain finds new inspiration and sound in the popular genre of EDM known as Dubset. Using unreleased a cappellas, the “Buy U A Drank” crooner partners with Dubset Media for the release of a new five-song project known as, ‘The T-Pain Remix Project’.

The remix project allows Dubset Media’s budding DJs and producers to collaborate with T-Pain’s vocals and create some of the hottest new songs. Joining T-Pain on the remix is today’s hottest and brightest, Trouze, Bad Royale, UZ, Crankdat, and Killagraham. Dubset and T-Pain are eager to excite fans with this new sound and establish a beneficial ongoing business relationship for everyone involved.

Upon meeting T-Pain and discovering his interest in Dubset, Liz Miller, vice-president of Dubset Media were excited at the new creative idea that the hitmaker presents. Dubset Media released a statement on the new deal praising T-Pain and it’s roster of talent. Miller and Dubset released the following statement:

“We believe deeply in the talent of the DJs and producers that we work with every day at Dubset, so it’s an honor to be able to offer them the opportunity to collaborate with a star at the level of T-Pain… We will continue to find new and creative ways to develop their careers and cultivate their audiences through the resources in our MixBANK platform and through our existing and future partnerships with music services, rights holders, and some of the world’s best-loved artists.”

T-Pain on the T-Pain Remix Project:

“When I heard about Dubset I thought it would be a great way to get some never released acapellas into the hands of some dope producers/remixers… Dubset delivered records that I can’t wait for my fans to hear.”

The T-Pain Remix project is available now on all streaming platforms via Dubset Media. The remix project comes in perfect leading to T-Pain’s forthcoming new album, ‘Oblivion’ slated to be release Friday, November 11th. The fifth album will include T-Pain’s latest hits “F.B.G.M.”, “Goal Line”, and “Dan Bilzerian”. Guest features on the new album include Young M.A., Lil Yachty, Black Youngsta, and many more.

Listen to the entire T-Pain The Remix Project below, courtesy of Spotify.

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Nurko Drops Inspiring Future Bass-Influenced Single ‘With U (feat. Misdom)’

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Nurko has been on a role as of late. From millions of streams to releases on Lowly Palace, there are more than enough unique attributes that make Nurko stand out. He’s now back with another original, featuring Misdom, entitled ‘With U,’ released on Knightvision Recordings. ‘With U’ is a sign that Nurko is not afraid to step out of his comfort zone. Even though the single is something that fits in the realm of what we have heard before, the slowed down, elongated expression of the sound was something truly unique. Nurko is on the move this year and shouldn’t be missed.

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Lenii & BEAUZ Tap Into Fresh Indie-Dance Vibe With ‘Not That Brave’

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It’s always a mood brightener when a song impacts so that it improves your day. There are layers of success and experience that makes this single “Not That Brave” great beyond the fact it’s signed to Spinnin’s No Copyright label. Starting off, Lenii has had quick success via ‘Sober Dreams’ and ‘Bones’ with Benta. Now she’s back with BEAUZ showcasing more introverted-indie vibes with a strong melodic chorus. Premiered by Insomniac and chosen as their “track of the day,” Lenii’s second release and BEAUZ’s continuous successful singles have the momentum already in motion.

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