Following producing Afroman’s comeback single, ‘WHOLEthing’, BLAZAR is back today with another mind-bending track titled ‘Enough’ landing on AntiFragile Music (Ingrooves/Universal). USA songwriting champion, Jerad Finck is the mastermind behind the truly one-of-a-kind BLAZAR sound.
‘Enough’ is a new wave, electro pop track with smooth melodies, a glitchy breakdown and superb production. The mix was co-produced with the LA duo from the trap realm, Chophead and J. Vita. Grammy award-winning mastering engineer Hans Dekline, known for his work with massive artists like Snoop Dogg, U2, and Pixies, was able to put his magical touch on the track and bring it to that next level.
BLAZAR spoke on the deeper meaning behind ‘Enough’ and had this message for his fans:
“The song is really about the zeitgeist of the world; we’ve all had enough; 2020 was hard, it felt like collective anxiety on a global level as we all sit in isolation.”
The Spokane based producer is destined for a massive year in 2021, hoping to continue on with the last year’s success despite all the setbacks. In 2020 BLAZAR released his first four songs that garnered loads of attention on Spotify, racking up over 2 million streams. Discover more of his story and discography in our recent interview.
As last year came to a close, we saw Cosmic Wire‘s birth, BLAZAR’s new imprint! His partner for this venture is none other than marketing mastermind and fellow electronic music producer, BJ Klock. Before BJ started his music career, he found massive success as the CEO and Founder of Advisight, with an internal network with over 500 million active users.
On the other hand, Cosmic Wire is an artist-centered development firm that is going back to the roots and helps artists gain access to the music industry in a more holistic approach. Jerad hints, “that the label is set to release a robust signing of artists developing what will be an independent nexus.”
BJ Klock had this to say about founding Cosmic Wire:
“I’ve been doing it for so long for so many people; I figured it was time I did something I personally wanted to do and believed in. I want to change the world and make it a better place I want to empower artists, and I want to do better.”