LA-based Australian talent George Maple has delivered an infectious new single this week called ‘Superhuman’. The track features a danceable electronic production inspired by the sounds of Jersey House and Miami Bass, however, it’s Maples vocal that steals the show.
‘Super-human’ is the perfect track to kick your weekend off, and Maple herself took on production duties for the bop with a little assistance from US producer 1-900 (Joey Bada$$). We’re also told that Superhuman’s vocal was originally written over a demo by her old friends What So Not and Motez.
Drawing inspiration from real-life experience, Maple reveals her personal connection with ‘Superhuman’ saying, “This song is basically a reflection of where I’m at in my life at the moment… It’s about new romance and being open to new opportunities. Let your super-freak flag fly.”
Maple’s discography has seen her achieve a staggering 400 million Spotify streams to date, amongst them nearly 50 million on her DJ Snake collaboration ‘Talk’. Her debut LP, ‘Lover’ was released in October 2017 to glowing reviews and supporting the release, Maple toured with global superstar Lorde, R&B powerhouse 6LACK and later ventured on her own sold-out Australian headline tour.
Maple has written and produced hits for global superstars such as DJ Snake, Hayden James, Flume, What So Not and more, making her one of the most in-demand and successful Australian exports to be recognised on the international music scene.
Listen to ‘Super-Human’ via etetc: