Deorro has been behind some of the biggest tracks on the dance music scene. He was one of the main people behind the bounce sound and his reputation sky-rocketed because of this. However the artist has always been known for his diversity on the scene, and he has slammed down a brand new album. ‘Good Evening‘ is fully fuelled by this diversity.
A number of singles were treated to us over the last while which take their part in the ‘Good Evening’ album. One of those was ‘Goin Up’ which featured DyCy and it was one of Deorro’s stand out hits, perched perfectly for the radio mass appeal. ‘Bailar’ was also a single which arrived before the albums release, and see’s the artist team up with Elvis Crespo, to bring about those Spanish sounds. Good it was a great single as well.
But already, these two singles really contrast with each other. Through in the likes of ‘Butt Naked’ which is an all out festival anthem, with big beats and hard hitting bass, and you are on for a real diverse album. Not to mention a lot of the interludes which feature throughout the album. They cut up the track, provide a little bit of a pause to think, before going in for the next single which is set to arrive.
What also stood out on ‘Good Evening’ was the track ‘Bomba’ which provided a whole new different aspect to the album. Deep flowing bass, riveting melodies which drove through the track, and plenty of energy in the drop. A huge track. Also, ‘Tell Me Lies’ stood out due to the slow tempo and the vocals which also seem to come through in the track. Solid work from Deorro. The full album is well worth a listen.
You can download ‘Good Evening’ here.