Get Ready to Fall for This Orchestral Hit From Steve James
If you’re sleeping on Steve James, it’s time to wakeup.
The 21-year-old producer is quickly establishing himself as a force to be reckoned with on the pop scene. Providing production for huge names like Bebe Rexha, Little Mix, and Justin Bieber, James isn’t wasting a single second of his precious time establishing himself as a bonafide player. When the Biebs thinks the title of “Dance Music’s New Golden Boy” is fitting, something major is developing right before our eyes. It’s quite the title coming from one of the most influential people in music, and that type of electric compliment doesn’t get lost on James.
While James may be young, he’s aware that there’s no day like today when it comes to getting what you want. Just by taking a glance at the people he’s worked with, James’ motto is go big or go home, and Music & Mojitos doesn’t think the multi-instrumentalist and vocalist is going home anytime soon.
His latest video is just another example of him doing things outside the box—and his own way. Creating an orchestral rendition of his track “fall for you,” James shows a different side of himself. This version of “fall for you” is sentimental and touching. Have a big ol’ box of Kleenex ready, because the new music video that James dropped a few days ago gives us faith that there are producers out there who still actually care about the music.
Talk about unexpected content. Music & Mojitos thinks that James’ bold move will take him to new heights.
Climbing the ladder isn’t a new concept for the visionary. James started to pave his own road with the release of his 2015 remix of ZHU’s “Faded.” The track gained popularity on the Internet, and that’s when the producer knew Los Angeles was calling his name. He courageously made the big move to where the sun always shines, and put in the work. James’ decision to grind paid off in spades.
These days, he’s impressing crowds with DJ sets along EDM mainstays The Chainsmokers. He also has a double-platinum single under his belt. It’s a far cry from growing up in Pennsylvania, to put it politely.
In a press release, James stated that he’s “starting to love his voice.” You better start warming up your vocal chords Steve, because there’s no doubt that fans will absolutely fall in love with his new take on “fall for you.”