Following his earlier 2023 EP, A week without Coffee., rising talent Boss Eisley has just returned with yet another intoxicating house record, this time blending infectious vocals and deep basslines on “Do my thing.”
The mysterious artist’s ever-growing discography dates back to 2019, when he released his debut album Bud, Sweat and Beers, which featured 10 dancefloor-ready tracks that displayed his ability to craft mesmerizing and engaging dance music. A week without Coffee. marked a slight stylistic shift for Eisley, who opted for a groovier and more bass-driven sound.
Now, “Do my thing” continues the sonic journey, acting as a testament to Eisley’s artistic progression. A seamless combination of bass and future house, “Do my thing” is driven by a sultry vocal sample and brisk percussion, each of which help carry the energy throughout the arrangement.
As layers of synths, compelling melodies and gritty bass patterns are introduced, “Do my thing” effortlessly transitions from intricate dance-pop to captivating, club-oriented house. The result is a snappy and powerful dance record.
Take a listen to “Do my thing” below.