With every new release, Kill Paris continues to show his potential as one of the freshest new talents in dubstep. His R&B spin on dubstep is absolutely infatuating, and in cases like this, even spiritual. In a tribute to the lovely Lana Del Rey, Kill Paris has releasd “I Love You Lana Del Rey (Where I Left My Heart),” a dreamy drumstep production boasting reverb-laden synths and a catchy high-frequency riff. Though it’s one of the few Kill Paris tracks without a soulful vocal, the instrumental original shifts the spotlight to Kill Paris’s pristine production. Pick up the track for free from SoundCloud.
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