Egzod and Leo The Kind have both made immense waves in the electronic music realm. They’ve garnered support from artists like The Chainsmokers and have a multitude of critically acclaimed label releases, including NoCopyrightSounds, Riotville Records, and many more. This isn’t the first time the two songwriters and producers have collaborated. Last year, they released “Mirage.” Now, Nurko puts a future bass spin on “Paper Crowns.”
Nurko keeps the original pluck and continually builds off of it throughout. The drop moves into a much deeper kick and bass combination without sacrificing the emotion and mood in the original. By placing many atmospheric sounds and ambient soundscapes, Nurko has flawlessly appealed to the bass music industry with his futuristic sound.
“I remember hearing ‘Paper Crowns’ on NoCopyrightSounds last year and loving it. I always thought the Egzod sound and the Nurko sound meshed well together. This track emphasizes both of our styles in one track!” -Nurko
All three artists are up-and-coming and have already some impressive breakthrough moments, with Egzod recently performing at EDC Orlando in 2017.