New York-based artist Spencer Ludwig is shifting ahead in model on his newest single “Honeymoon,” premiering completely on Streets Talkin at present (Sept. 27).
The track marks a significant growth in sound for the acclaimed trumpeter-songwriter-vocalist, with a heavy pop affect that pushes the sultry R&B monitor into an all-around enlightening and liberating expertise. The monitor is lifted by two key options from rising singer Z, who Ludwig says he “knew immediately that she could be the proper addition to the track,” and rapper Drü Oliver, who lately labored with Ludwig on the Brady Watt monitor “MÁS.”
“‘Honeymoon’ was written within the midst of a relationship that was falling aside,” Ludwig tells Streets Talkin. “It began off like most relationships, simple and enjoyable, till we hit a tough patch. ‘Honeymoon’ examines the sentiments I had of being at that crossroads once we had been confronted with the choice to push by way of or quit.”
Ludwig has constructed a powerful resume by way of work as a featured performer, together with his tenure with Capital Cities and up to date work with Colombian singer Fonseca, however “Honeymoon” finds Ludwig honing his means as a musical director, surrounding himself with amplifying and cohesive expertise, whereas immersing himself additional within the New York songwriting group.
It’s a homegrown collaboration that Ludwig touts as “produced from prime to backside in NYC by New Yorkers. NYC is coming again!”
Check out “Honeymoon” beneath.