CloudKid Presents Advide - Feel It (Remix) [ft. Confetti]
The nostalgic, invincible and empowering final track of Confetti’s last EP, ‘The Guilty Pleasure Chest,’ had listeners dancing and grooving to its alt-pop sound and throwback feeling. Since then, Ukrainian artist and producer, Advide, has tweaked the track, ‘Feel It,’ in a new way, remixing it into a stellar combination of R&B vocals accompanied by a driving, future bass vibe. What really takes the remix home is during the main hook of the original version of ‘Feel It,’ where the harmony and vibration of the bass lines of the remix become perfectly combined, alternating between vocals and epic guitar synths, ultimately creating an enigmatic and dark mood to an otherwise upbeat, pop tune.
Advide says of his experience, ‘This was my first time remixing a song like this. Before creating it, I was already a big fan of Confetti and CloudKid’s and so I studied and developed the genres of these two characters for five years before ultimately forming my own style. At this point, I was then given the opportunity to unleash my potential with my own version of the track and I think I created a mysterious, rhythmic, magical and deep version of it for people to enjoy.”
»I think I created a rhythmic and deep version of the song for people to enjoy.«
Ukrainian multi-genre producer Advide, aka Valery Ryabtsev, creates carefully thought-out and diverse music that ranges from energetic and upbeat to deep and calmer vibes. He became interested in writing music at the age of 16, but fully decided to devote his life to his artistry some years later. Since then, he has learned to share his feelings and emotions through music, while utilizing a laptop, samples and software to create the sounds of his inner world, turning them into art for the outside. Today, Advide works in various fields of the music industry, the main ones being “Ghost Production” and “Background Music.” He has also released several singles on labels such as, “Magic Records,” “Deep Universe,” and “Chill Trap Records.“