Johannes Jae is a stupendous Dj and music producer who has belted out fascinating numbers. The cracking tracks from the house music genre are enthralling.
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(YorkPedia Editorial):- Berlin, Aug 3, 2020 (Issuewire.com) – The famous Dj and music producer Johannes Jae has burned the dance floor with some magnificent house music numbers. He has come up with the scintillating tracks ‘Not A Love Song’ that features FloPi and also ‘Rise Up’ featuring Jasmin. The German music producer has learned the art of dishing out exquisite numbers in the house genre. He pursued music from his childhood but had to abandon learning the trait because of his high school. After finishing his studies he started working as a Dj. The track is supposed to be danceable with tunes that are deep and sensitive.
The belter of a track ‘Not A Love Song’ by Johannes Jae has dealt with issues in relationships and speaks about the equal treatment of couples. The enrapturing track ‘Rise Up’ speaks about solidarity and hope in the tumultuous times. There is a positive vibe in the track that envisages affirmation. The catchy beats in both the tracks are bedazzling. He has been bug-bitten by legendary icons like Robin Schulz, Jan Blomqvist, Alle Farben, and Dominik Eulberg.
The tracks by the music producer are classically engaging and set up the mood in a whisker. The sassy numbers will light up the night clubs and speaks of the indomitable versatility of the music producer. He is gearing up to come up with his new single titled Owl Hill. There will be less singing in the track and more of melodic techno. To listen to the splendid tracks by the Dj, one can log on to popular music streaming sites like Spotify.
Listen to Johannes Jae’s Spotify tracks:
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