Review by: Justyn W. Brodsky
Born and raised in the Washington, DC area, recording artist/producer Tazz58 took to music like a moth to a flame since he began hitting the ground running several years ago in the music realm. And with his single “Take Back The Night” dropping tomorrow, this is the perfect time to highlight his career and take a dive deep into his signature sound.
His previous single “Lemon Drops”, which released last year, is a highly versatile track that received widespread attention and critical acclaim throughout the industry. This jammy and danceable anthem has many facets of Tazz58‘s producer skill set brought to the forefront. From song arrangements that have a technique for building the song up to give you that edge-of-your-seat feeling, this high energy and electronically-infused song took digital music platforms by storm and really put Tazz58‘s name into the spotlight, giving his fans an insatiable anticipation for what he would come out with next.
Now, with his newest single “Take Back The Night”, he comes out swinging once again with a solid and polished track that brings even more of Tazz58‘s artistic merit out into the spotlight. Another song that is high-energy and anthemic, this Electronic/Dance track is multifaceted and attention-grabbing, giving the audience a vibing experience that will get the dance floor heated and sweaty. The Spanish/English vocals are not only effective, but charming as well. The melody choices are very well put together and adds a whole new layer to Tazz58‘s production style. This track definitely raises the bar, utilizing the same familiar signature sound but exploring more innovative territories with attentiveness to detail. If you dig the previous single, “Take Back The Night” will be more than satisfying from the very first listen.
“Take Back The Night” officially drops tomorrow on June 26th and will be available on SoundCloud, YouTube, and several digital music streaming platforms. You’ll definitely be adding this one to your playlists.
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