Marking his anticipated return to original music this year, DJ / producer and Fool’s Gold up and comer Andrew Luce has released his latest single “Take Me,” out now. Collaborating with fellow producer Alexander Lewis and singer Jojee, Luce stays true to his unique use of samples and hard-kicking bass, pulling inspiration from a wide array of references from today’s rap to UK Dub to 80s ballads. With Jojee’s sensual vocals adding a layer of depth and playfulness, “Take Me” serves as a welcomed return for Luce and signifies his turn from a word-of-mouth newcomer to artistic pioneer.
“Alexander Lewis and I have been working together for a long time and had like 10 songs, but none of them really hit us,” says Luce of the release. “About a year ago, I got really into old ballads and their choir progression, and brought that inspiration to ‘Take Me’. Once we added Jojee, it was the perfect match.”
Stream / Purchase “Take Me”: https://foolsgoldrecs.lnk.to/takeme
At the age of sixteen, production prodigy Andrew Luce quickly gained notable recognition for his musical ear, building a huge buzz through SoundCloud with his deep, trap-infused remixes of artists including Drake, The Weeknd, Kid Cudi, and T Pain. With his production style blurring the lines between the genres of rap, hip-hop and electronic, Luce embraces a mentality of experimentation, melding pop culture with his signature Bay Area spin. In 2016, the teenage virtuoso co-founded record collective Daruma, that now stands as a unique platform for creators of all walks of life to present their best selves to the group’s ever-expanding base of listeners.
One of the youngest performers to command the stage at festivals including Coachella and Snowglobe, Luce has gone on to collaborate with artists such as Chelsea Cutler, Dr. Fresch, Rory Fresco, Indica and more. Now leading the pack of Fool’s Gold Records’ next generation of artists and getting the seal of approval from label boss A-Trak, Luce has evolved and matured his sound, with new musical influences stemming from all genres, not just rap. This year sees the producer pushing the boundaries of his music sonically and culturally more than ever before, leaving listeners in anticipation of what direction Luce will head in next.