Detroit artist Curtis Roach has shared a vibrant new visual for his song "COMMA$", featuring Whyandotte. The creator of "Bored in the House", a viral song that attracted a collaboration from Tyga, Roach is a multi-talented solo artist, as well as being a founding member of Detroit collective Forever Golden. His latest release is a bright, engaging offering brimming with charisma that had us hooked from the start.
"COMMA$" opens with bouncy synths and infectious whistling before addictive, pillowy 808s and crisp percussion are added to create a bracing rhythm. The overall production is bright, immediate, and engaging, never leaving the listener with a dull moment. Similarly, Roach and Whyandotte's vocals are expressive and ceaselessly entertaining, as they weave dynamic flows together effortlessly. Accompanied by a playful visual, shot by Preston Kue, that captures the song's sunny, energetic sound, "COMMA$" showcases Roach's refreshing creativity and charisma.
Fresh off the heels of his strong recent album The Joy Tape, Roach has had an eventful past few months in music. He shows no signs of slowing down with this new visual for "COMMA$", as he provides an uplifting, jovial release that helps us get through the darkness of winter.