Gryffin Teases New Album With Groovy ZOHARA Collab 'Remember': Listen


It's been a fast, sizzling rise for the music man often called Gryffin. The New York City producer burst onto the scene with heat, colourful remixes of Tove Lo, Maroon 5 and others, then hit followers laborious with cool unique grooves like "Whole Heart" with Bipolar Sunshine and "Heading Home" with Josef Salvat.

He's discovered an actual cool area of interest for tropical waves and dance-pop shiny sufficient for pool events that transfer from day to nighttime. His model is lush and welcoming, and he's honed it much more so on a full-length album that he's simply itching to unleash.

"The album course of has been extraordinarily rewarding and difficult," Gryffin tells Billboard Dance. "Between deciding what tracks to concentrate on and end, to determining what I would like the undertaking to really feel and sound like, it has been an enormous endeavor, however one thing I’m feeling actually good about."

The first single from the forthcoming report was the Elly Duhé collaboration "Tie Me Up." It was a uncooked little bit of romance, and he follows it now with an lively, funky membership flooring feeling with ZOHARA referred to as "Remember."

"When I heard the unique demo of 'Remember,' I instantly thought it'd be cool to flip it right into a home report," he explains. "Last yr, I did a remix for Snakehips that had this metallic sound to it and knew that it will work completely with ZOHARA's voice. I’m very excited for individuals to listen to the remainder of the music on the album."

"Remember" is out now, accompanied by a lyric video beneath. Stay tuned for extra details about Gryffin's large debut LP, and vibe to this warmth.