Get Lost in Taska Black’s New Collab “Losing Our Minds” With Nevve [JW Collective]

2018 sees an abundance of music from Taska Black, and we are stoked to say there is much more on the way. The German producer has received support from San Holo and Droeloe after releasing infectious singles: “Forever” and “Sandpaper”. This October, Taska Black teams up with Nevve to release another heartwarming track “Losing Our Minds”. This is the debut single from his forthcoming EP, Minds releasing through bitbird records.

“Losing Our Minds” entices listeners to make their fantasy become their reality.

“Losing Our Minds” opens with uplifting guitar plucks that gravitate throughout the song. Nevve’s airy vocals drift over empowering drums that build into a futuristic bass drop. The single highlights being lost in the mundane. However, Taska Black and Nevve remind us ‘life is a masterpiece’ so let go, and live.

Nevve is supposedly a Los Angeles based vocalist. However, her identity remains unknown. She’s been releasing music since 2015 and has been featured on tracks by 3LAUDroeloeBoombox CartelManilla Killa and others. We’re excited to see more from this rising artist as well as the disclosure of her hidden self.

Taska Black continues to deliver the feels in each song he creates.

Antwerp (Germany) based producer, Taska Black is known to interlace styles from his classical background with bass music. He has released tracks through Lowly PalaceMonstercatSeeking Blue, and most recently San Holo’s production imprint, bitbird. Already in 2018, Taska Black has toured through Europe and continues to perform in cities across North America. This is one rising artist to definitely keep your eye on.


Follow Taska Black: 

Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | Soundcloud

Follow Nevve:

Facebook | Instagram | Soundcloud

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