Since first setting up shop out of his stomping grounds in Vancouver, the Canadian sensation known as Juelz has been touted as an artist to watch for those who possess a predilection for dance music bangers with a futuristic hip-hop twist. The classically trained artist has been flexing one of the hardest hybrid styles in the game, having maintained a steady stream of cutting-edge creations for a gang of tastemaker crews, including Fools Gold, Monstercat, Lowly, and Sable Valley, to name a few.
Juelz is now holding it down for Night Mode with his inaugural release, “Pour All Night.” Straddling the line between trunk-rattling rap and rave-ready energy, his latest concoction stays true to the contrastive style that originally put him on the map. Thelonious keeps the flows on lock, showing off his gift for gab with hyped-up bars seeping through a mixture made from head-turning electro riffs balanced perfectly by trap-tinged builds. The end result is a club-ready crossbreed that is guaranteed to pop off!
“Thelonious and I recorded this track about three years ago. Since then, we’ve gone through at least three completely different ideas for the instrumental. T and I have been partying together since like 2015, so I think this track is an apt reflection of our chemistry, both inside and outside of the studio.” -Juelz