AJ Salvatore Releases Bass House Single “Realms”

AJ Salvatore, based in Orlando but originally from New York, has returned with “Realms”, the follow up single to “Coming Back to Life”, released earlier this year.  In his latest track, Salvatore showcases the diversity of his production abilities.  “Realms” and “Coming Back to Life “are perhaps the most different any two tracks can be.  With his earlier track, Salvatore gave us cool, relaxed, synth-pop, with this recent one: a monstrous bass house banger.   

The grimy basses and metallic leads of “Realms” are enhanced by the rhythmically charged rap vocals of Atarii. “Nobody’s stopping me” … “Take you to a new realm”, chants Atarii, leading into the powerful drop.

“Realms” is the 22-year-old producer’s second track so far this year, and he shows no signs of slowing down.  He’s already seen his productions released on large labels like Universal and Sony.  Additionally, Salvatore has experience getting a crowd moving, having opened for DJ’s like Borgeous, Carnage, and Shaun Frank.  “Realms” is no exception; it’s sure to get a crowd on their feet. 

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