In a scene flooded with exciting new producers, who are constantly emerging on what seems to be a daily basis, it can be hard to stand out. But when you’re accomplishing so much at the ripe age of 16, it makes things considerably easier. Especially when you have an undeniable talent for singing, while also having a knack for playing the flute and trumpet.
Jerome Blazé started out making music with garage band at 13, teaching himself the entire way. It’s genuinely impressive how skilled this kid is (especially for his age), vocally and production wise. He says he draws inspiration from artists like Nero, Koan Sound and Coldplay, while even spending a lot of time listening to good old Frank Sinatra. Quite the interesting group of influences if you ask us.
He releases his debut EP ‘Boundless Horizon’ next week for free digital download on BPMG featuring 5 tracks that are anything but similar in genre and sound, showing off how versatile this young producer is. Spanning from punchy Madeon inspired electro to chill out tracks laced with smooth vocals, it’s more than likely that his debut EP will demand attention. Be sure to keep your eyes on him in the very near future.