GatewAy swiftly returns with “Roll Me One”
GatewAy, formally known as Randy Roark, is one of Cincinnati’s emerging starlets when it comes to rising talent. Receiving more and more limelight with each release, “Roll Me One” is no exception.
With his past productions, include remixing the likes of Wiz Khalifa’s “Youngin on His Grind”, 2 original tunes and a free download all in his customary trap style, we recently witnessed a evolution in his sound spectrum resume. Delivering a mightily impressive rework of SNBRN’s 2015 hit titled “Beat the Sunrise”, GatewAy really did prove his weight in gold.
Now sampling Ryan Willen’s “Roll Me One”, the young American provides an infusion of future bass with his signature melodic trap elements. Already amounting over 23,000 plays in 10 days on SoundCloud, his crafted reinterpretation adapts it into a fully-fledged edition for the club’s dance floors.
Steady in tempo, the track fades away from an anthemic atmosphere to a darker and more sensitive one. Intimate in mood with the infectious vocal loops, GatewAy’s grandeur as a producer is heightened once again. Creating deep under tones, the sharp stabs and emboldening beats help elevate the melody effectively during the mid-section. Formed as a complete track from start to finish, GatewAy has seemingly mastered a calmer side to his trap and future bass orientation.
Better still he is giving it away for free directly from the link itself, so be sure to show your support, give him a follow and grab your copy today!