E-V releases the official music video to “GoodTime” featuring Lorine ChiaandMachine Gun Kelly. Lorine Chia’s vocals dominate the majority of the song, with her smooth yet powerful voice which has hints of reggae and a slight resemblance to Adele. This offers a nice summer vibe to the song with her voice mixing with the upbeat EDM production. Chia is not the only one to stand out on this track though. After the drop the production cools down for MGK to come in and add some heat with his fast-paced delivery and clever lyrics. GoodTime offers a flawless mix between EDM and Hip-Hop, and will definitely leave you wanting to hear more. Whether it be cruising down the road or turning up at a pool party, this song will definitely provide. So check it out above and get ready for a GoodTime!
“Everything I have accomplished so far has led me to this point in my music career. I have been crafting my sound and have developed a lot of new material over the past couple months. “GoodTime” is the first release of MANY to come. I cannot wait to share my work with everyone. Big thanks to my friends Lorine Chia and MGK for killing it on this track! This is going to be a very exciting year… I ask that you become part of the rEVolution. LETS GOO!!!!”
Also i wanna thank everyone who helped make this video! Danny Manhattan, Ian Moore, Jon Mancinetti, Michael Joseph, Lorine Chia, MGK, EST 19XX, EarthShake MGMT, Glen Infante, Mike Kijanski, Ben Schigel, Chaz Jackson, Stephanie Shepherd and everyone else who helped THANK YOU!
E-V has exploded onto the music scene as a hybrid DJ blurring the lines between EDM and hip-hop. His debut single “GoodTime” which features Lorine Chia and MGK, premiered in Rolling Stone (GoodTime Premiere) rose as high as #49 on the iTunes dance charts, and received accolades in more than 50 music blogs. With every great song, the remixes follow. Here is E-V’s remix pack, which includes remixes from NightTide, K Theory, Rami Beatz and OZMTZ. You can listen to the track below or click on the link under that to download!
Be a part of the behind the scene action and stay caught up with E-V on tour with the E-V TV mini documentary series. In this episode, go behind the scene of his Life in Color show at Purdue University followed by his after party appearance at Neon Cactus.
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On his Life In Color Tour (LIC), E-V unveils his Live Mix that he recored at Purdue University on 4-25-14. Have you heard his hit single #GoodTime yet? MGK will also be on tour for LIC this Saturday in Cleveland, Ohio. Click here for details!
E-V has exploded onto the music scene as a hybrid DJ blurring the lines between EDM and hip-hop. After killing it in clubs across the United States, it was time for E-V to head across the border to give some Canadian music lovers a #GoodTime. You can check out some of the songs E-V spun by clicking here! Hit the break to see some photos from his night at Moomba Theater in Quebec!
A “Good Time” can be had at the intersection of the modern Cleveland party scenes. On the track, which features Cleveland residents DJ E-V, Lorine Chia and Machine Gun Kelly, the dance, R&B and hip-hop worlds merge into a song about the joy of youthful recklessness.
DJ E-V, who earned his stripes in the Cleveland hip-hop/dance music scene by releasing a string of popular mixtapes and DJing for Mike Posner, supplies a dance-floor-ready backdrop: an echoing beat pounds away while sparkling keyboard chords mimic anthemic rock riffs. Cameroon-born Lorine Chia, who released a haunting take on Billie Holiday‘s “Strange Fruit” last year, is in full dance-diva mode, using her fabulously rich vocals to salute revelry and demand that the party last all night. After DJ E-V zips the beat into overdrive, rising rapper Machine Gun Kelly appears and, in pure MGK style, drops a seemingly non-sequitur verse that might have some wisdom: “I’m trying to change the world with one drink, muthafucka!”
Chia tells Rolling Stone the song’s significance for the trio: “It’s been a long journey, and I love the sweet memories that we have forever to hold. We kept to the grind, we made it shine, and now it’s time to have a good time.” Meanwhile, Machine Gun Kelly provides a more pragmatic analysis of the song’s significance: “Two people is ‘eh.’ Three people is just a party. But three people from Cleveland is a damngood time!” Via Rolling Stone