Mexico City's Alby Loud is treating listeners with fat tunes to bump loud in your speakers, as a personality introduced to the scene with a rather interesting story. Growing up, he enjoyed a range of sounds – hard core, hard house, italodisco and anything with vivacious synths. Though he had an interest in music, Loud was ridiculed for being deaf in his right ear. But that only motivated him, translating this pain to creativity, into his persona Alby Loud, emitting positive vibes with his output as music. He just recently unveiled his eclectic hardstyle driven Lose It EP early this July. With the heavy material put out so far, we can see that he's taking on an experimental sound in his work. Ranging in influence from hardstyle, trap to moombahton, what's undeniable is that this producer goes hard in the paint, with rolling tempos and amplified energy.
Today we unveil "Hey People", unleashed off Worldwide imprint that takes on a variation of talented artists. It begins with African inspired percussions, showcasing a unique flair for sound in Alby Loud's creative process. The twinkling synths then impede over a clap loop, to layer into more infectious depth. With the break of a glass, the hard-hitting drop over funky drum work create a balance of groove and chaos.