Jaycen A’mour hails from New Zealand, which is usually recognized for its drum and bass. The up-and-coming bass house prodigy is quickly bringing attention to New Zealand. With his latest bass house flip of LMFAO and Chuckie‘s “Let The Bass Kick In Miami Bitch,” Jaycen A’mour is preparing and building anticipation for Miami Music Week next month.
Chuckie’s signature dutch house melodic synth is heard through A’mour’s rework. A’mour also implements pulsating chordal pads with constantly moving percussion that maintain a high level of anticipation and energy. A’mour does a remarkable job of keeping LMFAO and Chuckie’s signature dutch house sound while showcasing his bass house talents.
Jaycen A’mour has already made a name for himself. Having received support from artists like Hardwell, Afrojack, Ummet Ozcan, Quintino, Cash Cash, and many more, A’mour has certainly placed himself on a path for success. Furthermore, he’s released tracks on labels like WOLV, Panda Funk, Thrive Music, Play Me Records, and Kannibalen Records. A’mour’s bass house sound will continue to permeate the electronic music scene. Keep an eye and ear out for his sound this year.