Rising artist Foxela crafted a high-energy, dance-pop mix that highlights the talent that this Singaporean brings to the scene.
From the young age of nine years old, budding artist Foxela has had a knack for creating music, and this passion has translated prominently into his music over the years. Dabbling in genres ranging from melodic house to future bass, the Monstercat mainstay can’t be confined to any one specific sound or style. Whether he’s reworking dance music classics like ZHU‘s “Faded” or whipping up his own mainstage originals like “Chess Game,” he knows how to turn heads and keep things fresh in the process.
The most recent release to grace Foxela’s discography comes in the form of “fallen,” an emotive yet upbeat dance tune that can get you grooving just as fast as it can bring tears to your eyes. Warm vocals come together in an embrace with buoyant synth melodies, creating a contrast that is hauntingly gorgeous. If there’s one thing Foxela knows how to do in his music, it brings together unsuspecting vocal and sonic elements to create something never-before-heard and entirely his own, and his latest track is the perfect example of that.
To give us a more personal look into his production prowess, Foxela curated an incredible mix for us consisting of vibrant house and dance-pop tunes to brighten up your week. Consisting of tracks from other Singaporean artists like MYRNE, the mix spotlights talent from Foxela’s home country to let us know what other artists from the country we should be listening to. From his own originals like “You Got Me” to 808gong‘s edit of Flume‘s “Never Be Like You” and Internet Money‘s “His & Hers,” the mix is a melting pot of vibes that has something for everyone to enjoy.
Listen to the exclusive mix from Foxela on SoundCloud, and make sure to stream “fallen” on your preferred streaming platform!