SAYLESS, “Rapture” (free DL)
When you think Nashville, you often think of country and pop music more than other genres. It’s a diverse place musically, so finding a creative progressive dance duo from that city may not be entirely unexpected. I wrote about the duo SayLess last year, and their follow up song is “Rapture”. Taking cues from acts such as Say My Name, VVL, Lit Lords, and Bailo, “Rapture” straddles melodic and accessible pop dance music with a heavily creative and dirty side, featuring a blistering drop and impressive instrumentation that should make it stand out within the trap sub-genre. The song structure is appealing, and not a turn goes by without SayLess keeping you wondering what’s coming next. I don’t know a lot about trap as a sub-genre, but I do know when songs will ring bells with their intended audience. “Rapture” will have hard core trap fans sold, and should also draw in dance music fans looking for something a touch different and well done. Get to know SayLess by downloading “Rapture” for free at the link above.