AJ Salvatore is here and ready to showcase his second original of the year and this time it’s a bass track that will instantly flip any crowd into a rowdy party ready to rage. From the moment you hit play, you’ll be transported to another world with dark elements and worldly instruments. As things continue and the song gets going Atarii’s vocals take over and introduce a heavy hip-hop sound that will quickly have you moving to the monstrous bass lines. Before you know it the pre-chorus will ramp the single up into a bass house tune like nothing you’ve heard. From the slamming percussion’s to the grimy and metallic synths, this larger than life record will be one that is festival ready for the upcoming season.
“I believe this track really showcases who I am as a producer, as I can have fun writing light-hearted pop tunes and then jump over to the opposite end of the spectrum with heavy bass tracks.”
Hailing from Long Island, New York the now Orlando-based artist AJ Salvatore has had a wild ride of a career. While holding a background in music since his youngest years, the self-taught musician has gone on to play in multiple bands and perform live on the piano, drums, guitar, bass, and everything in between. AJ’s fondness for music led him to attend and graduate from Full Sail University with a bachelor’s degree in recording arts.
He eventually decided to chase a solo career and fell in love with electronic music. The young 22-year-old has had releases with TrackRecord AI under Universal, HERØ Records under Sony, gone on to chart at #19 in the US Viral 50 and #21 in the Global Viral 50, and released official remixes for Paris & Simo, as well as Shaun Frank on Ultra Records. He quickly found himself all over every major EDM publication, being interviewed by Huffington Post and EDM.com while racking up over 27 million collective plays, and featured on radio stations around the US and globe. After performing at EDC Orlando and also opening for superstars such as Borgeous, Carnage, Ghastly, Alvin Risk, Dirty South, Shaun Frank, and SNBRN to name a few, AJ Salvatore is known for his high energy performances that can get any crowd moving.