London based producer Niall Cropper kills it's with his track "Forever." Marking the 10th release for Brighton club night turned label, Blah Blah Blah, Cropper creates a jazzy garage house track that's perfect for matching that late night club energy. From the start, looped bittersweet vocals and rumbling bass lock you in for the whirlwind of syncopated beats and shuffling hi hats that follow. He has a fresh sound that couples nicely with contemporaries like Disclosure and Detroit Swindle. Look for Cropper's "Forever" on December 2nd. It will be available digitally, and also physically as a 12-inch.
Director Ian Coulson did a great job with music video for this. The girl in the video has the perfect attitude and expression for the vocals in Cropper's track. It all gets summed up by that sassy: "I need a man, don't need a boy. Don't play with me, 'cause I'm not a toy." I'm not exactly sure what she's up to in her adventures, but all I know is that I want to join if we're dancing to this, like that at the end of the day.
- Blah Blah Blah
- December 2, 2013