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U.K. Producer Draper Releases New Single 'All I See' (Exclusive)
Kent, U.K. producer Draper first made a name for himself as a prolific collaborator -- working with the likes of Lapsley, Rita Ora, and Cheryl -- and now, he's turning his sights back on his solo work. Following the release of the R&B-tinged "On You" last fall, Draper returns today with his latest single "All I See," premiering exclusively via Billboard.
Featuring vocalist Laura Brehm, the luminous pop-electronic track relies on Draper's typical sunny synths and slow rolling production. Sliding into discoland with the dance-worthy chorus, the tune closes with a triumphant roll-down-the-windows singalong.
"'All I See' is a track that had so many variations I lost count," Drapers tells Billboard. "Sometimes it can be a long process for a song to get to a place where I am genuinely happy with. Laura's vocals really helped give the track the confidence it needed. It's a song about the separation from reality that you can feel when infatuated with a person."
Draper will play for BBC Introducing/Club NME Presents at Koko in London this Friday January 15.