FKJ is undoubtedly one of the best live producers out there. The multi-instrumentalist is amaster at looping instruments on the fly to create some of the most infectiously smooth instrumentals we’ve heard. His live improvised tracks are somehow as great as his studio recordings and he shows this off once again here.
FKJ previously remixed June Marieezy’s “Fly” and now he’s invited the talented female vocalist to join him in Red Bull’s Amsterdam studio for a live session. He expertly hops between keys, drummed, piano, bass guitar, sax crafting a slick, funky instrumental while mixing it on the spot. June Marieezy’s sexy vocals tie it all together as she partly covers D’Angelo’s “Really Love” while putting her own spin on it. Everything FKJ releases seems to be better and better with this latest studio session possibly being his strongest work yet. Check out the video below and enjoy! thissongissick.com
Ookay may have built the foundation of his following through a series of high-powered trap remixes and originals over the years, but it wasn't until recently that the Los Angeles artist experienced his strongest performing single to date. "Thief" lands itself in a softer and more melodic light that features Ookay's voice accompanied by a soulful saxophone riff.
Despite the unorthodox switch in sound, all doubts were quickly made null as the release began receiving an influx of positive responses. The track was on heavy rotation at EDC Las Vegas 2016, receiving live support by festival mainstays Tiesto, A-Trak, Don Diablo and several others.
"Thief" has garnered over 2.5 million streams on Soundcloud thus far and continues to bring in new fans for the burgeoning act. The official music video for the song follows suit with the production's aesthetic: lush in color, emotions and soul. thissongissick.com