2017-03-31T20:10:03-04:00 2017-03-31T20:10:03-04:00

Ellusive warms us up with "Champagne & Sunshine"

We don't know too much about the identity behind Ellusive yet, but what we do know, is that the artist is consistently firing out some solid releases. This act shows that the artist places a huge priority on delivering quality music rather than emphasizing importance on his identity. What Ellusive has mastered is a solid bridge between pop music and electronic. Whether it's a blackbear remix, his collab with T-Mass or his own originals, the artist has certainly been putting himself on the map with his sparkling synths and ability to engrain melodies into our heads. 

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In his latest release, he takes on PLVTINUM and Tarro's track "Champagne and Sunshine" and brightens the already chilled out track. Bringing us through some sunny LA vibes, the track is the perfecting pairing for the upcoming summer season. Ellusive brings a bouncier vibe to the work with a peppy tempo and punchier percussions. Ellusive moves the track from your typical Californian day to even smoother tropical island vibes instead. Playful chords and warm sounds craft ideal background music to your sun tan session on the beach.

"Last winter, PLVTINUM and Tarro came together to create the perfect LA anthem that was “Champagne & Sunshine,” blending moody production with upbeat lyrics that penetrated through the frigid weather. Now, this track visits a revitalization with the Ellusive remix, which is a perfect extension of the boujee LA lifestyle glamorously portrayed in the original. With bouncy pluck synths that effortlessly compliment the sleek drum groove, Ellusive’s new production is sure to bring some much needed Champagne & Sunshine right into summer." - Ellusive

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