TroyBoi releases a spooky, experimental single, ‘Creeper’
London’s very own experimental trap producer TroyBoi has been hitting it hard lately with new releases — with his 20-track debut album, Left and Right, and an original single titled “Don’t Want.” The artist even made time to open up to Dancing Astronaut about his ongoing rise in the electronic dance music scene. Now, TroyBoi is back with another brand new title while on his extensive North American tour.
The track, “Creeper,” comes as a Hallow’s eve gift to fans featuring the artist’s signature trap-influenced undertones and dark, funeral paced progressions. The song’s essence is built around muddled bass lines, hip-hop-styled 808 kicks, and breakbeat rhythms — all overlaid by the intro’s haunting vocal samples from the chorus of Jem’s “They.” From that point, the song progresses into a more ominous direction with a complexity that keeps listener’s glued to the track’s playfully spooky tone.