Pushing the boundaries of genre, multi-platinum producer P*Nut, comes together with Franz Job and Qua for the second time with catchy number “Make Room For Me,” offering up a sleek production that blends elements of hip-hop, rap and reggae.Recorded across studios in London, Berlin and Tobago, the track highlights each artist in their individual artistry as the anthemic vibes fold over a rich instrumental with pounding beats and powerful vocals.
Co-produced by Yann Lauren, the creative project draws threads of inspiration from snippets of a song from 1970s Jamaican film Countryman, as intricate notes come together in an endlessly groovy soundscape. Crafted on an intricate bed of pulsing beats with touches of the synths, the layered production shines with suave vocals from Franz Job and Qua.
Since the beginning of his career, the producer and artist John Harrison, better known as P*Nut, has established himself as an influential figure in the industry having working with the likes of Dido and James Arthur. Beyond that, this latest offering establishes that the strength of P*Nut’s expansive and solid artistry lies in his ability to capture listeners within stories woven from elements of reggae and hip-hop
The second single taken from his upcoming EP Wake Up, P*Nut’s has walked a long road littered with consistent success in his musical journey, and with “Make Room For Me,” the journey continues onwards and upwards.