Following her latest single “Miami”, XIE is back with a brand new single “$AVAGE” featuring JSTJR
In the new single XIE joined alongside venerated electronic dance music powerhouse JSTJR, marking her first collaborative offering of the year. The new tune directly follows up XIE’s ‘LIGHTS ON ME’, released last month in mid-November, as well as JSTJR’s ‘LOUDER’ with Henry Fong and Ultimate Rejects from mid-August of this year. Out now via Create Music Group, ‘$AVAGE’ is available to listen to across all streaming platforms.
The melodious serenading lulls the listener into a heady daze for several moments before the ground-shattering barrage of bass is introduced into the sonic space. Electro and jungle influences are fused together to create a lively combination of sheer energy unlike anything ever heard before it.
The anthemic single’s intensity is also palpably raw from start-to-finish, and doesn’t ever let up until the last second. Audibly packing quite the punch, XIE and JSTJR’s newest propulsive endeavor serves as a testament to their impressive production prowesses, and is sure to get one on their feet in absolutely no time.
Distinctly unique since her debut in 2017, her solid creative vision has come to fruition across a number of revered imprints the likes of Seeking Blue, Universal Music, and Republic Records, to name a few. The trailblazing powerhouse has also received support from industry heavyweights such as Illenium and RL Grime, and has also performed at major music events and venues like Coachella’s Do LaB stage, Buku Project, EDC Las Vegas, Hard Summer, Moonrise, and many more. Commanding over 41k monthly Spotify listeners, XIE is a burgeoning musician to watch for moving into 2022.
ABOUT JSTJR — JSTJR remix of Colin Domigan’s ‘Guns & Drugs’ served as his debut in May of that year, and since then he has followed it up with zouk bass releases via Fool’s Gold, Mad Decent, Insomniac Records, and Monstercat, to name a few. Effortlessly mixing various genres together with ease, one can clearly hear hip-hop inspirations skillfully blended together throughout the majority of his bass-centric work. Over time, the Boston native has had his tracks receive staunch praise from Skrillex, Dillon Francis, Diplo, and A-Trak. He’s also been credited as an artist on ‘Light It Up’ via Major Lazer’s critically acclaimed 2015 ‘Peace Is The Mission’ EP.