Jeonghyeon latest will raise the spirit up of those who listen. Dropping on Sovereign Records, which has an extensive catalog of other charming singles, “On The World,” not only fits into the perspective of other past singles we have heard from Jeonghyeon, it could be considered his strongest single to date.
Heavily vocoded toplines intersect with a blissful piano house rhythm, both elements set the tone of the excitement soon to come. Moments later, the piano dampens and a riveting electricity brought forth by a now more clear chorus melody shoots front and center. A quick build-up soon segues to a tasty drop, Jeonghyeon laying down a luminous future house section gelling nicely with the verses just before. Essentially rinsing and repeating the bar just heard, the solo artist brings a sense of completion to the table that’s hard to compete with.
Only 22, the South-Korean raised artist has earned the millions of plays accumulated to his name. He currently holds well-over 400,000 monthly listeners, having releases on labels like Playbox Music/Kontor Records, Strange Fruits, and MixMash. You have heard his music played out at sets via Martin Garrix, Afrojack, David Guetta and Lucas & Steve, who have come to support his music multiple times.
There’s something about Jeonghyeon’s sound the greater electronic world can’t get enough of. “On The World,” is one of many reasons why.