Bleu Clair joins forces with rising star Jelite on a new amazing single “Have me all” via Insomniac Records
Operating under the guise of Bleu Clair, Kurniawan Wicaksono has singlehandedly spawned a new wave of obscenely eccentric grooves that have left a plethora of producers attempting to reverse engineer the magic he’s been making as of late. Judging by the trail of copycats lurking in his shadow, it’s clear his creativity is unsurpassed. Back in October, Insomniac showcased his seminal style via a sublime two-track EP appropriately titled ‘Hypnotized.’ Then, they brought him back on for remix duties earlier this year when he put his signature slant on Habstrakt’s carnal creation, “Gotta Be.” The momentum is reaching full tilt now, as he returns to the label wielding another game-changing gem.
Opening with the elegant vocal tones of Jelita as her lustful declarations are met with a dizzying concoction of swirling melodies and lofty pads. A gentle percussive shuffle sweeps in to embrace her coquettish crooning until the whole piece erupts into a steamy late-night house affair. Once the heat of the moment takes over, a compelling combination of pitch-bending vocal howls, glistening synth ripples, and gooey basslines come in to make an offer no one in their right mind would refuse.
Bleu Clair states: “But later, I thought that my friend Jelita could be a really good singer for this one. So, we decided to have her on this, and I’m really pleased with how the track came
Bleu Clair’s entry point with Insomniac Music Group came at the top of 2020, when he called out the imposters via his “False God” single on IN / ROTATION. Months later, he packaged the unholy heater back up as the B-side on the street savvy grind of his ‘Hustle’ EP. Already a go-to name in the sets of Diplo, Dillon Francis, Valentino Khan and JOYRYDE at that point, his stock shot up to the moon once Martin Garrix tapped him for their summer smash “Make You Mine,” which has since gone on to amass upwards of 3 million streams on Spotify. The Bleu Clair hype is only getting stronger from here on out.
Jelita’s lush singing paired perfectly with the gentle piano house production, and was a solid introduction to a budding artist with presumably plenty of quality features filling out her future. “Aside from being a collaboration project, ‘Have Me All’ was definitely a means for me and Bleu Clair to reconnect as close friends after being thrown in different paths this past year,” she explains. “I couldn’t be more pleased with how the track came out; his music always continues to surprise me.”