2016-12-13T10:10:48+00:00 2016-12-13T09:42:51+00:00

Prismo pulls out peppy variation of Vanic's "Samurai"

Vancouver-based producer Vanic has unleashed a slew of solid releases this year, allowing fans to survey his multifaceted talents and ability to craft hit after hit. From his rendition of K.Flay's "FML" to the twist of Major Lazer's "Be Together", Vanic has developed a signature sound that combines smooth vocals and punchy chords. His electrifying production skills cater to both electronic and pop lovers, veering him into the proper direction to thrive in the industry. 

Recently, several rising artists including Pluto, Tascione have added their touch to his recent hit "Samurai". Today, we draw our focus to Prismo's version, a mosaic of uplifting synths and hard-hitting future bass. If you haven't heard of the Houston-based artist yet, it's about time you get acquainted. Just a little over a month ago, we premiered his stunning Distant Minds EP, an eclectic collection of tracks that presented an admirable hybrid electronic sound. Whimsical synths dawdle the background with pumping bass throughout the remix of "Samurai". Prismo flips the original drop to an uplifting batch of metallic chords. With bittersweet strings reeling in and out, Prismo creates a kinetic atmosphere in his take of the track.

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