EDM & Social Media Star Deejay Rupp Debuts Visual for “Sing For Ya”

Dillon Rupp, better known as Deejay Rupp, is a 19-year old DJ, rapper, and producer from Evansville, Indiana. He developed an early interest in hip hop music while he was a junior in high school, experimenting with different music programs and production equipment in his grandfather’s spare bedroom.

In 2014, Rupp moved to Los Angeles in pursuit of a larger career in music, after already hitting a #1 on iTunes with his debut track “Indiana” Since then, he’s released multiple tracks featuring collaborations alongside Tha Joker, Kyle Massey, Skate, Jack & Jack, and others. He has performed over 200 shows and festivals all over the world, with artists like JLO, Demi Lovato, Rae Sremmurd,
Kid Ink, Tyga, Travis Scott, and more.

While a focused musician, Rupp also considers himself to be an incredibly business-minded person, constantly exploring ventures and projects outside of the music space. He reflects his way of thinking and humor across his social media channels, which has built up the brand he currently holds. With his massive following, he’s opened the door to multiple opportunities for brand collaborations,
red carpet events, and other partnerships.

Lately, Rupp has been improving his craft in the studio, learning more about production and his “sound”. His fan base continues to grow by the day, and he has no intention of slowing down his hustle anytime soon.”

Yellow Claw Releases Video for Dynamic Dance Floor Anthem “Love & War” ft. Yade Lauren

YELLOW CLAW who is Jim Aasgier and Nizzle first released songs in 2012 through their labelBarong Family with their debut album, 2015’s Blood For Mercy—a #1 Billboard Heatseeker and Top Dance/Electronic album—arriving to the U.S. through Mad Decent. The Edison-award winning album features the single “In My Room” made in partnership with DJ Mustard and featuring Ty Dolla $ign and Tyga so far clocked more than 94 million streams on Spotify (not counting remixes). With a huge, loyal fanbase crowding their gigs from Las Vegas to Tokyo and everywhere in between (including two sold-out shows at the legendary Palladium in Los Angeles this past summer),Yellow motherfucking Claw is one of the most electrifying shows you’ll come across.

Yellow Claw Releases Video for Dynamic Dance Floor Anthem “Love & War” ft. Yade Lauren

YELLOW CLAW who is Jim Aasgier and Nizzle first released songs in 2012 through their labelBarong Family with their debut album, 2015’s Blood For Mercy—a #1 Billboard Heatseeker and Top Dance/Electronic album—arriving to the U.S. through Mad Decent. The Edison-award winning album features the single “In My Room” made in partnership with DJ Mustard and featuring Ty Dolla $ign and Tyga so far clocked more than 94 million streams on Spotify (not counting remixes). With a huge, loyal fanbase crowding their gigs from Las Vegas to Tokyo and everywhere in between (including two sold-out shows at the legendary Palladium in Los Angeles this past summer),Yellow motherfucking Claw is one of the most electrifying shows you’ll come across.
Look for YELLOW CLAW to release their second album in early 2017.

Jason Gaffner – ‘When The Sun Goes Down’

Los Angeles artist Jason Gaffner shares his sun-drenched pop single ‘When The Sun Goes Down’, the next taste of his forthcoming EP ‘Journeys’.

With metallic synths, an ear-worm baseline and Gaffner’s soulful vocals, ‘When The Sun Goes Down’ is a track that evokes the magic of summer nights.

“I wrote ‘When The Sun Goes Down’ when I was driving on the freeway in LA and there was this crazy beautiful sunset. It really made an impact on me and I literally pulled over and started writing the song right off the freeway. It was such a powerful sunset I felt like it was almost magical outside. There’s just something about those long summer days and summer nights that make it seem like anything can happen.” – Jason Gaffner

Rather than producing a typical tropical, summer track, Gaffner has taken the surreal sight and feeling of a sunset and translated that into synths that are cosmic; soaring beyond the ordinary. The billowing drums that preface each chorus creates a strong, demanding energy, like that of an incredible sunset.

Florals & CRaymak Remix Matthew Koma’s ‘Kisses Back’

Matthew Koma today unveils two more “Kisses Back” remixes by FLØRALS and CRaymak, available now on RCA Records.

FLØRALS, an emerging producer based out of Los Angeles, put his signature twist on the single with his own brand of bass music which features glitchy basslines, static grooves, and melodic synth stabs. The dance music newcomer has provided remixes for chart-toppers including DJ Snake, Flosstradamus, Calvin Harris, Ookay and more.

CRaymak puts a more ominous spin on the track with his fierce sound design and a bass heavy culmination. CRaymak is a signed artist to Doctor P and Flux Pavilion’s Circus Records. The Canadian artist has roots in Dubstep, Hip Hop and Trap, and is known to make music of a wide variety. He recently collaborated with Greater Than on a stunning remix of Flux Pavilion’s “Who Wants To Rock.” The young artist’s steady support from heavy hitters like Flux Pavilion and Doctor P solidify him being a force to be reckoned with in bass music.

Matthew Koma recently premiered the music video for “Kisses Back.” “Kisses Back” is his emotionally charged new track about the aftermath of a tough breakup. The video was directed by Jungle George known for his recent work on Bishop Briggs’ equally compelling video for “River.”

“Kisses Back” is Koma’s first offering from his forthcoming debut album on RCA Records. The single has received fantastic critical response: Billboard calls “Kisses Back” “excellent new solo material,” Idolator raves “the singer/songwriter’s love affair with club music is still going strong and he continues to imbue the genre with real emotion,” and Your EDM continues “Kisses Back plays to Koma’s melodic and emotional strengths. His unique voice allows himself to set himself apart.”

Koma co-produced his forthcoming album for RCA with notable collaborators including Flux Pavilion, Louis The Child, Jai Wolf, Grey, Steve James, and more.

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Jason Gaffner – ‘When The Sun Goes Down’ [sun-drenched, summer soundtrack vibes]

Los Angeles artist Jason Gaffner shares his sun-drenched pop single ‘When The Sun Goes Down’, the next taste of his forthcoming EP ‘Journeys’.

With metallic synths, an ear-worm baseline and Gaffner’s soulful vocals, ‘When The Sun Goes Down’ is a track that evokes the magic of summer nights.

“I wrote ‘When The Sun Goes Down’ when I was driving on the freeway in LA and there was this crazy beautiful sunset. It really made an impact on me and I literally pulled over and started writing the song right off the freeway. It was such a powerful sunset I felt like it was almost magical outside. There’s just something about those long summer days and summer nights that make it seem like anything can happen.” – Jason Gaffner

Rather than producing a typical tropical, summer track, Gaffner has taken the surreal sight and feeling of a sunset and translated that into synths that are cosmic; soaring beyond the ordinary. The billowing drums that preface each chorus creates a strong, demanding energy, like that of an incredible sunset.