Los Angeles-based EDM DJ / producer is about to excite fans with his new track “Sweet Talk” featuring TikTok phenomenon Drew Ryn available on all platforms.
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, August 6, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ – Los Angeles artist TLUXX’s new single titled “Sweet Talk” is out on all major platforms on August 6th. Inspired by the dynamics of sweet and tempting lyrics in relationships, the track is sure to bring tremendous energy and addicting dance rhythm to listeners.
Known as a DJ / Producer of electronic dance music, TLUXX goes against the grain and refuses to follow trends. He relies on his instincts to create energetic and unique pieces. The idea for her latest single, “Sweet Talk” was born out of the idea of being tricked into doing something you shouldn’t do in a relationship through sweet, flirty conversation. After producing a captivating progression and a solid track, sensation TikTok with over 2 million followers and X Factor finalist Drew Ryn traveled to LA to write and record the next hit single with him.
His previous work includes his role as a supporting DJ for artists such as Wolfgang Gartner, Dirty South, KhomHa, Jordan Suckley, Coone, Mark Breeze, GLD, Crisis ERA, Headhunterz, Zomboy, CandyLand, Cry Wolf, Riggi & Piros, MAKO , Party Favor and many Suites.
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TLUXX is from a small town in New Mexico. In 2012, a major health problem forced him to give up his dream of becoming a major league baseball player. While recovering from an operation, TLUXX discovered the artist EDM Avicii. During his recovery, he spent hours in his basement learning the art of music production and DJ performances. During this process, he concluded that his purpose in life was to bring happiness to people through music. Welcomed by the Albuquerque DJ community in New Mexico, he then booked 50 shows a year and represented New Mexico on the Dunes stage at the Sun City Music Festival in El Paso, Texas. Soon after, he was a resident DJ at Lotus and Gravity nightclubs in Albuquerque, then moved to Los Angeles to continue his journey and improve his production skills by studying music theory and sound design at Berklee College of Music. .
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