Big Room Meets Chiptune, Tommy Jayden Drops CYB3RPVNK Debut “Level Up”
When you receive a chance to debut on a label with another artist, you’re treated to a pair of training wheels. Well as of today, this artist is snagging an upgrade. On our most recent trip to CYB3RPVNK we were treated to the solo label debut track “Level Up” from Tommy Jayden. While Jayden officially debuted back in May on “Looking At Me” with Skytech. Jayden is taking center stage to spread his wings. Jayden knew from a young age that he was destined for a path filled with music, as he fell in love with the works of Michael Jackson at a mere 8 years old. As he grew older, he started thriving under the electric sky as he discovered and became one with house music. Jayden has started gaining a bit of recognition, with official remixes for R3HAB and Kygo, amassing approximately 1.2M streams on YouTube.
Growing up in the early ’90s, we were definitely obsessed with video games. While that has definitely toned down in recent years, any time anyone can take the retro beats of childhood and craft something new we are all in. In order to appropriately craft “Level Up”, Jayden found a fantastic mixture of electro elements, big room beats, and retro chiptune sound bites to meld into a much-needed videogame inspired track! We know that as soon as we revisit a few of our classics, this will definitely be our new soundtrack. Solid CYB3RPVNK debut Jayden, we hope you find your home under R3HAB’s tutilage.
Make sure you check out “Level Up” on Spotify below and on SoundCloud!
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