Staying within the realm of Peekaboo’s signature style, Eyes Wide Open celebrates non-conformity in music by delivering jaw-dropping, grimy bass, deep wubs, and trumpet-filled grooves that are both unexpected and addicting.
The debut album was inspired by Peekaboo’s childhood growing up in Detroit with his father a former trumpet player in the Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Standout track “I’ve Been Thinking” even showcases his father’s own smooth stylings on the horn.
Not to mention the collaborations with Skrillex, Flowdan, Zeds Dead, and LYNY that highlight Peekaboo’s ability to blend minimal 140 dubstep, trap, and hip-hop while simultaneously causing your face to scrunch up into the most contorted shape possible (as bass heads are often known to do).
Peekaboo is passionate about creating melodies that not only resonate with his loyal fans, but also create an invitation to navigate unexplored sounds and moods.
Listen to Peekaboo’s debut album, Eyes Wide Open, below:
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