Prince Fox continues surge to debut album with sweet and abundant ‘Trust’
Foreshadowing his long-in-the-works debut multi-track release, Prince Fox has uncorked his latest “pop-that-knocks” bestowal, “Trust.” The newest track trails the first delivery from the awaited project, the bouncy bass-inclined “Fake It,” which, like the rest of the greater project’s offerings, features vocals and songwriting, complements of Fox himself.
“Trust” sees the “I Don’t Wanna Love You” you producer meld his broody, lo-fi vocals to rapturously melodic fabric of the track. Just a few years ago on the forefront of future bass movement, Prince Fox continues carving away at avant-garde dance-pop prestige with his benevolently heartfelt soundscapes.
An adept and persistent collaborator, Prince Fox has secured a slew of advantageous features on his radiant catalog, including Bella Thorne and Hailee Steinfeld. A product of his productive range, he’s also tapped electronic outsiders like The Griswalds for more minimal offerings, in the same vein as his Jimmy Eat World re-envision of “The Middle.”