Enigmatic Producer IZII Releases New Single “Birds” Ft. The Powder Room

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Alright newcomer, what have you brought us? A relative unknown artist (for now), IZII burst onto the scene with his collaboration with superstars Breathe Carolina on “Echo (Let Go)” earlier this year. IZII is already making a mark for himself, with releases on both Spinnin’ and Armada Records. As far as this single goes though, IZII made it in an impressive one week after being entranced by the amazing voice of Natalia Kills. She also brings plenty of experience to the track, having a Grammy underneath her belt.

“Birds” is an interesting track for sure, as it is hard to place in any single genre. This just adds to the enigmatic nature of IZII, relying on his message alone to sway the people. Natalia (the voice behind Powder Room) absolutely kills it on her vocal track, mesmerizing listeners with ease. While the listener is hypnotized, IZII comes in and snaps them out of it with a blend of acoustic instruments and heavy futuristic basslines. Its dreamy and groovy, which is just how we like it.

Be sure you listen to “Birds” Ft. The Powder Room below!

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