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To this day, house music is a worldwide phenomenon. By constantly incorporating new elements and styles, dance music has managed to maintain its vitality and vibrancy in the face of time. One such creative person is Seramasamy.

Despite his brief career, Seramasamy has been lauded for his music and charisma. Seramasamy is a deep and future house DJ who draws inspiration from the greats of the genre. He has a serious passion for house music. He draws on his familiarity with many house styles to create music that sounds both modern and timeless, with deep bass and catchy melodies that point toward the future. Many of Seramasamy’s most popular and groundbreaking songs, such as “Make It Right,” “Lipstick Stains,” and “Why Don’t You Stay,” were written and published by him. Sixty thousand streams of “Why Don’t You Stay” were logged in just two months. The song’s rhythms, beats, and message have been praised by house music fans all around the world.

His second track, “Make It Right,” hit the top spot on Spinnin’ Records’ Talent Pool and has been streamed over 50,000 times on Spotify. Through his music, Seramasamy vividly depicts narratives. Music, in his opinion, is one of the most effective means of expression since it can transmit meaning quickly. Through his work, he spreads awareness about house music. He uses the power of music to inspire and uplift others. His most introspective songs often deal with the raw emotions that come to the surface in romantic partnerships, and he hopes that his music can be therapeutic for its listeners.

Without encouragement from others or the internet, Seramasamy found it difficult to write music. Despite knowing exactly what sonic attributes he intended to accomplish in his tracks, no one could help Seramasamy get them. The majority of his knowledge in electronic music was acquired via self-study. Seramasamy has tried out a wide variety of musical genres before settling on his signature approach. Despite the difficulty and frustration, Seramasamy is happy he persevered because of the newfound knowledge and appreciation for dance music that resulted. With his innovative style mashups, he left an indelible mark on the international dance music scene.

Seramasamy just recently began releasing music, but he already has a dedicated following. He has over 50,000 monthly Spotify subscribers and is getting close to 1,000,000 total listens, making him one of the fastest-growing house musicians in the country. To keep the deep and future house music scene thriving, he plans to create and develop more new material. Over the next several years, Seramasamy hopes to encourage more people to follow their dreams via the medium of house music.

He recommends that aspiring musicians and vocalists put time and effort into building a strong online presence and learning on their own. According to Seramasamy, the best way to develop an own musical style is to study and experiment with a variety of sounds.

This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Get to Know the Deep and Future House Sounds of Seramasamy

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