KDrew collaborates with vocalists Rico and Miella for the cinematic, 1950s themed music video, which brilliantly captures the subtleties inherent in a covert love affair.
Successfully combining his talents as a producer, singer and songwriter, KDrew is undeniably one of the most well-rounded and accomplished producers within dance music today, recently collaborating with Zedd and snagging official remix work for pop icons Iggy Azalea and Lady Gaga.
Bullseye, which quickly climbed the iTunes Dance Charts, and KDrews massive remix of Gotyes Somebody That I Used To Know, which racked up over 35 million plays in less than 6 months, first established KDrew as one of the most provocative electronic music producers in America. These songs had the dizzying synths and fierce bass drops characteristic of dubstep, but they also showcased the producers gift for melody and understanding of pop song architecture.
Let Me Go comes from KDrews Signals EP, recently released by Good Game Records. The stadium-sized track spotlights collaborators Rico & Miella, whose vocals ride perfectly along the electronic ruminations and melodic synths.
KDrew makes a cameo in the cinematic, 1950s themed music video, which brilliantly captures the subtleties inherent in a covert love affair. The Let Me Go video conveys the tribulations of a forbidden love still relevant to teens today.
The Signals EP includes the title track Signals featuring KDrews infectious vocals and trance inducing synths, Tonight, with KDrews soulful R&B crooning atop a riff-driven bass line, and the aforementioned Let Me Go, and is set to break the play button and confirm KDrews status as the most exciting young producer in EDM.