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Realmannyg latest single Universe 4 has the EDM community craving for more

The Nigerian-American producer and musician Realmannyg delivers with his latest single release Universe 4 a chill, light and sonically appealing electro number that can be categorized between chill-out and house stylistically and with a powerful soundscape invites the listener to come to their own Immerse yourself in the world. Behind the Realmannyg project is Texas raised Realmannyg, who creates acoustic landscape paintings with his musical art.

In addition to music, he is also known as a filmmaker and was most recently responsible for the independent films The Cartel Queen and The Boy With The Knife. His new song Universe 4 builds up slowly and with the individual elements flowing into one another. Piano sounds form the beginning of Universe 4 and are maintained during the arrangement, which presents a fantastic soundscape made up of a wide variety of timbres. Realmannyg incorporates slight borrowings from the trap into the beat, on an arrangement that flows smoothly into one another. In terms of composition and sound design, Emmanuel Olowe aka. Realmannyg with Universe 4 everything is good and convinces with a chilled out way.

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