Adam Jensen is a singer-songwriter who's best known for his deep house work "Sandcastles" which hit #1 on the Hypem charts. The Boston-based artist dips his feet in varying genres from indie to electronic with his emotionally driven and strong vocal work, taking inspiration from classics including the Beatles and Kurt Cobain and consistently making an emphasis to create inspirational works with thought provoking lyrics. Jensen recently released his single "Drugs", touching at the blind tendencies that come with love and toxic vices.
Adding his own colorful twist to the original is producer Hong Kong based producer WE5. The electronic producer holds a boisterous future bass sound and has brought his own takes to tracks by Marshmello, Illenium, NGHTMRE and more. What appears the strongest characteristic in WE5's sound is his skill to contribute another emotional dimension to his remixes. By adding poetic ambience and loudness in his sound, WE5 often adds an unexpected layer of feeling to his work. This is definitely the case for his rework of Adam Jensen's "Drugs". Shining through are WE5's zipping synths, quirky vocal inserts and fluttering rattles. The sped up tempo and added dimension create an uncontrollable energy which flips the original entirely.