KREAM and Black Caviar come together to collaborate on a brand new track and it is definitely a groove. Infusing both artist’s dynamic sounds and elements, KREAM and Black Caviar release their new bass house heater, ‘Jack.’ Releasing today on Atlantic Records, ‘Jack’ is a deep, energy-driven cocktail that bass house lovers will enjoy.
The Norwegian brothers, Daniel and Markus Slettebakken of KREAM are no strangers when it comes to catchy bass-driven melodies. KREAM’s arsenal of sounds includes a plethora of electronic pop with several notable official remixes. With Tory Hinson and Jared Piccone of Black Caviar at their side, ‘Jack’ is a spellbinding blend of their talents. Black Caviar recently debuted their major collab ‘What’s Up Danger,’ featured in the ‘Spiderman: Intro The Spider-Verse’ movie soundtrack.
Diving into ‘Jack,’ the intro paves a path filled with rolling bassline and crisp percussions. The song transitions from an intro to a build-up, leading to gritty vocals and lively snares. The deep bassline is prevalent across a majority of the track from start to finish. Running across 3 minutes and 40 seconds, ‘Jack’ is KREAM and Black Caviar’s intoxicating bass house cocktail that you won’t be able to set down.
Stream/Listen to KREAM & Black Caviar – ‘Jack’ here: