From Mumbai, India, Shaan is an artist we're keeping our eyes on. The 21 year old DJ/Producer has found himself releasing off Armada and Metanoia music. His sound can be described as upbeat dance music with something to offer to everyone. From lighter future bass sounds to poppier works, electro styles to heavier trap works, Shaan's aesthetic is diverse and he continues to work on his craft. His last unveiling was an extremely unique take on the Slumdog Millionaire track "Jai Ho" by The Pussycat Dolls Feat A.R. Rahman, giving it a wonky trap makeover.
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The artist has just revealed his take on Steve Aoki's & One Directioner, Louis Tomlinson's "Just Hold On". Feeding energy into our systems, Shaan's flip is a bubbly take on future bass. Using a bright and hollowed synth, Shaan takes listeners into a kaleidoscopic journey with his take. With the firey synths used over smashing percussions and plucks, Shaan embraces that feathery electronic sound, pumping us up with a raw hype in his production.