Lizzy Jane does little to shy away from being a hard hitter. If anything, she embraces it and dives headfirst into making the genre as grimy as possible. Her new […]
Lizzy Jane does little to shy away from being a hard hitter. If anything, she embraces it and dives headfirst into making the genre as grimy as possible. Her new track, “Forgive Me”, with Too Kind, absolutely stays on-trend.
The track comes with its fair share of the standard yet unique Dubstep sounds we’ve come to expect from the two producers, but the track is anything but basic. It’s incredibly varied. There are influences abound – Bass House, Trap, Ska, Reggae, and lyrics that have the challenge of mellowing out the tracks runs, buildups, and drops.
Something I love from a personal perspective about the versatility of the song is its use cases in several different sets. It would work great in a Dubstep or House mix alike – it could certainly fit seamlessly into Lizzy’s Guest Mix here at Heard It Here First – and to create a banger that checks so many boxes can be pretty difficult.
I also enjoyed the samples and vocals immensely. The samples immediately brought me back to the early days listening to Skrillex’s “Scary Monsters and Nice Sprites EP”. And I mentioned before, the vocals were a complete one-eighty of what the song had presented thus far which was a welcomed calm to allow a breather before more raging to the more House-focused follow up that gets involved in the second half of the song.
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