It has been quite the month for producer ye as the world begins to take notice of the artist's fruitful talents. He's seen huge success in just his last two releases including "Stranded" featuring Opvs and "Feel the Fire" with producer Pluto. The producer has an incredibly infectious electronic sound, that carefully considers ground-breaking compositions alongside the emotional influence on audiences. Ye has a definite malleable sound, evolving his styles from trappy to more melodic and atmospheric electronic tunage. What makes ye a noticeable producer, is his unorthodox approach to sound design, collaging unique sounds and creatively flipping vocals to create something beautifully cohesive.
Today EARMILK presents a fresh new original to the table from ye, titled "Dffle". The track begins with a pitched and kawaii Demi Lovato sample, automatically giving the track some quirk. Bleepy synths playfully trickle through in a melody, dubbing a light and fun atmosphere to "Dffle". It rolls into an explosive drop, putting a huge emphasis on jaunty percussion and ironically bad ass vocal inserts. It eventually slows the mood down with an airy piano gracing the background and serrated waves of bass to perk up the rest of the track. Overall, "Dffle" is kind of like that old bag of childhood toys stored in the back of your attic, a colorful and surprising experience that combine both sentimental feels and fun.