Premiere: Former Miami Heat star Rony Seikaly puts out inspiring ‘Take On’
Seikaly’s had a long-lasting love affair with electronica began even before he became a Miami Heat powerplayer, back to his teenage days when the then-14-year-old began DJing out to his friends in his garage. His love for the culture never faded, and ultimately, he was led back to music after he retired from his storied basketball career. In particular, Seikaly’s shown prowess over underground shades of dance, crafting infectious house that works euphoria into the dance floor.
“Take On” is an example of this MO. Released on Stride, the optimistic tune takes on Latin tones with rhythmic percussion and a smooth bassline that goes down easy. Paired with Balaeric-inspired guitars, it wastes no time in transporting listeners to a beachy setting where “Take On” plays the sonic equivalent of a piña colada. Insatiable music beckons.
Pre-order a copy of “Take On,” out on January 25, here