LA based electronic artist Besomorph known for his experimental and alluring electronic tunes brings the heat with his latest creation titled, “So Low” featuring Ryan Curtis.
Amassing over 2.8M monthly listeners and releasing over 30 singles and remixes since 2019, Besmorph showcases his high production skills once again with a smooth, pop influenced tune featuring Ryan Curtis on vocals. Ryan Curtis’ vocals are both hypnotic and soulful, creating depth and adding to the already sultry and mysterious vibe. A radio and club friendly track “So Low” will have you dancing the night away this summer. Take a listen down below! .
Known for combining dark melodicism with electronic music, Besomorph, who currently holds a count of over 3M monthly listeners on Spotify only has established himself as currently one of the most-streamed German electronic music artists. He was introduced to DJing by a friend when he was fifteen years old. A couple of years later, he switched to making his own sounds in order to expand creatively and launched his career as Besomorph in 2016.
With over 650 million streams across the platforms, Besomorph has secured slots on Spotify’s largest editorial playlists, such as Hype, Main Stage, Bass Arcade, over 5 NMF playlists and up-and-coming Germany-based playlists. His music has been released on the biggest labels and YouTube music channels in EDM such as NCS, Trap Nation, Trap City, Suicide Sheep, CloudKid and xKito to name a few. In addition to that, he has recently been awarded with the YouTube Silver Button for reaching over 100,000 subscribers on his channel. Additionally he has worked together with Riot Games, producing an exclusive remix for their game “League Of Legends”.
Besomorph was also just awarded with a Silver Button by YouTube for his Channel passing 100.000 Subscribers. In addition to that he was the finalist for the “John Lennon Songwriting Competition 2020” with his Song “Anxiety” in the Electronic Genre. (The John Lennon Songwriting Contest began in 1997 to give songwriters an opportunity to express themselves, gain recognition, and get their music heard. The JLSC is made possible by Yoko Ono Lennon.)