Bleu Clair and Jelita Release Emotional House Track “Have Me All”
Article by: Kyle Dusterhoft
Continuing on his year of success in 2021, Bleu Clair delivers again with help from Jelita on his latest single, “Have Me All,” out now on Insomniac Records. It’s a simple yet complex house track that follows up recent releases from Bleu Clair, like his remix of Tchami’s “Proud,” “Gold,” and “Disco Tool.”
“Have Me All” leads off with Jelita’s wistful vocals, giving listeners a first-person point of view of lust between two people. The vocals sit upon a calm smooth synth line that converges with claps and hi-hats mid-way to the drop. As the synth line fades, the drop hits, merging the claps and hi-hats, and adding catchy vocal cuts on top of a bouncy bassline. The drop is then intercepted by the breakdown, which bears the lustful vocals repeating the same message from the beginning of the track, and advances the track to the second and final drop.
As Bleu Clair continues to create unique house music, be sure to look out for him on lineups for upcoming shows and festivals. Keep up to date with Bleu Clair on social media and such through the links below, and find “Have Me All” and other newly released tracks on the Moon Lvnding New Music Friday Playlist updated every Friday.
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