In his new single “One Dance”, Matt Fella flirts with urban influences while maintaining the tropical house vibes the Swedish producer/DJ has been known for. The track introduces us to an alluring genre crossover of trap, pop, and EDM featuring hit-maker Sanna Martinez and freestyle rapper PLOT.
Matt Fella has previously earned the recognition of the EDM scene thanks to his debut single “Miami Nights”. The song’s impeccable production and irresistible tropical sound captured the attention of prominent EDM curators (heroboard, Sound Nation, New Nordic Indie), as well as over two million streams by global audiences.
Matt’s production approach reminds you of great festival acts like Alan Walker and Kygo, this time combined with a pop topliner that evokes associations to Ariana Grande. Together with rapper PLOT, they depict the romantic atmosphere of neverending L.A. summer nights. A songwriter/lyricist herself, Martinez has been featured on Spotify editorial playlists like “Upbeat Songs About Love” and “Beast Mode”.
Matt Fella studied music production in Stockholm, a city that has been the first-hand witness to the rise and success of stars like Alesso, Avicii, Otto Knows, and Swedish House Mafia. After successfully pitching his remixes to USA and Europe, he got signed to Rexius Records in 2017.
Matt has been exploring an urban style to produce a genre blend between Tropical House, Pop, Funk, Trap and Hip Hop. We’ll hear the results of this experiment on the release of “One Dance”. The single will be available on March 20th.