Versatile can be enjoyed in a variety of settings, and German-based producer Alex Pa proves this with his latest EDM-flavored version of Sam Smith’s “Unholy”. Highly energetic and filled to the brim with that quintessential electronic dance music-inspired sense of rhythm and groove, this “Unholy” version is an authentic, spicy EDM masterpiece that makes you want to get up and move with careless abandon in that state of music-inspired euphoria!
And this is what his ever-expanding fans have come to expect from someone who is not afraid to test his musical depth in service of ingenuity. This grandiloquent version is a huge testament to Alex’s boundless creativity and showmanship as a producer.
While maintaining the melodic line and feel of the original track, Alex Pa stamps this version with his production virtuosity by coherently integrating the deep driving rhythms and dazzling grooves to give listeners an experience filled with both liveliness and charisma. While this version has so many strong elements, the sense of energy it has is particularly strong.
Alex Pa really does a super fine job of blending a plethora of invigorating melodic ideas together with that sense of irrepressible energy to fashion a wonderfully engaging performance, with each and every element of the track working in perfect harmony with one another to create a piece of music that accomplishes what it set out to do.
This is a nightclub staple from head to toe—it is a full-bodied, high-energy masterpiece that slaps like hell and still feels heavenly. You just don’t want it to end, but as philosophy (not entirely sure) has it, everything good comes to an end!
This is your chance to experience musical ingenuity from someone with his whole future ahead of him and who is proving with each and every release that he has got it in him to claim that ‘godfather’ status in EDM music proficiency.
Follow the attached link and let “Unholy” infuse your listening days from this day forth!
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