Don Diablo turns long-awaited ID into official single, ‘People Say’
After months of playing out a riveting future bass track in his sets, world-renowned producer Don Diablo has finally officially released the piece everyone’s been waiting for. The Dutch artist first dropped “People Say” as an ID at Ultra Music Festival in Miami during the spring of 2017, and ever since, fans have been trying to figure out the song’s title and its release date. With a sound that diverges from the future bass norm, it comes as no surprise that “People Say” has amassed such overwhelmingly positive support among Don Diablo’s followers even before its release. Featuring alluring synths, exhilarating builds, and passion overflowing in Paije’s colorful vocals, “People Say” is one of Don Diablo’s most captivating songs to date. The futuristic vibe Don Diablo effortlessly masters creates an air of high intensity, compelling, energy.
“I got asked to write something for the score of a science fiction film last year. The first thing I came up with was this futuristic instrumental that was a bit of a departure from my normal sound, but I loved it so much that I kept it for my own project and turned it into “People Say.” The upcoming album is all about pushing things forward, sonically and musically, taking things into the FUTURE in the broadest sense of the word. It’s been a fan favourite ever since I dropped it live for the first time and I am excited to show a different side of myself as a producer and artist.”