It is a fact that Tropical House is becoming an extremely crowded genre. Countless amateur acts are attempting to standout in the category, more often than not with sub par remixes sporting too many of the same cliche melodies and sounds. Going against the grain are producers and songwriters like Ryan Lofty and Bonx, both of whom are successfully navigating headwinds of tropical saturation and imitation through polished original productions that always support an underlying purpose and real meaning.
Their first summer release together, “The Mountain“, was created as an ode to their success together. Live instrumentation, towering melodies and powerful vocals deliver an uplifting message to those who “go out and create their own path”. In three months the track has amassed over 300k total plays.
Today the talented production duo drop off a captivating follow up production, “Say It To Me”, a song that is representative of “that moment [when] you realize you have a good thing and you’re not afraid to say it, think it, or feel it” — Bonx. Featuring Lofty’s victorious signature guitar plucks, earth shattering Bonx vocals, a standout saxophone performance from Jonathan J. Golko and layers of pouring harmonies, “Say It To Me” will have you enthralled in euphoria for three and half heart-pumping minutes.