The local Aarhus artist, Tais, earlier released two original songs under his own name, which immediately caught the attention of radio which among other things meant debut on P6 Beat two days after the release. His sound was referred to as an interpretation of the new RnB wave, which include artists like The Weeknd, Drake and Jeremih.
It is apparently big words on a Danish debutant, with English vocals. However, not far from realty when first moving into the Tais’ universe in both productions and lyrics. Tais possesses a voice that quickly merges with the raw, pop, and American-style productions. Sound and lyrics are both supplied from Tais itself, and the productions are additionally also carefully selected from other producers. An American mentality is also reflected in the lyrics where there isn’t understated when sung about feelings for girls and life in general, where the listener for a while freed from the Danish Jantelov.
Tais will soon be releasing a new english RnB release bearing the name ‘First Tapes’. With this, he tries to challenge a more wide audience.
The album will also be part of the generous wave of free-download publications and will include great sounding RnB productions, catchy choruses and melodies with a recumbency, will accommodate spring and summer.
For now you can listen to it Tais even call an introduction to the album ‘First Tapes’ with the track ‘Can not Love You’.
About ‘Can not Love You ‘ Tais says:” This number is working like my introduction to’ First Tapes’ and shows a different side of the late nights in the city, where thoughtfulness shine through. It refers to being caught out by a lot of different signals to end up in the corner with yourself and your conscience that will be put to the test. Trying to experiment with music making that can be put on speakers everywhere, and this shows a side of my upcoming album release, which has a pleasant and calm atmosphere but at the same time will turn on the dance floor. It is a pre-taste of something bigger that I am insanely excited to show everyone. “