Rising indie electronic artist Blookah releases experimental hybrid lead single and title track of his debut EP ‘Can’t Help Myself’ featuring hip hop vocalist Mumbleton
Blookah is a Midwest-based multi-instrumentalist, producer, and DJ you need to know about. He’s developed a lush, experimental sound that touches on everything from future bass and house to lo-fi, neo-soul, and funk. With successful releases like “Let it Slide” and “It Goes In Waves” under his belt, he’s already beginning to make an impact in the electronic scene.
In just a short time, he’s also managed to share the stages of major festivals like Dancefestopia and 515 Alive with artists like Griz, Gramatik, and Whethan. While he’s not playing shows during the pandemic restrictions, he’s been staying active with his fans on his quickly-growing @Blookah TikTok account.
On the lead single of his forthcoming debut EP he taps eccentric hip-hop vocalist Mumbleton which takes the track to astronomical heights. Blookah’s funky, experimental production melts perfectly into Mumbleton’s trippy, flavorful flow in “Can’t Help Myself.”
The first offering of Blookah’s upcoming 5-track debut EP of the same name might call to mind some of Whethan and Oliver Tree’s collaborations due to Mumbleton’s brash and eccentric vocals. The one-of-a-kind single is definitely making us excited for what’s to come on Blookah’s debut ‘Can’t Help Myself’ EP due out later this year!
“Mumbleton is an insanely talented rapper and musician based in LA that I met through a producer friend. We worked indirectly on another tune and after hearing his voice, I knew he would sound great on this synth heavy neo-soul beat I had just made. We hit it off on the phone and he wrote the whole song in just a day or so. The process was as laidback as the vibe of the tune itself.” – Blookah