With early influences from the likes of Tiesto and Axwell, and middle eastern heritage; Jyye has crafted an very distinct sound for his own take on Deep House. From patterned synth work and melodies, to sweeping atmospheric elements, his music stands out from the rest of the noise.
While hard at work in the studio, Jyye feels that he’s in it for the right reasons. “The goal has always been to just do what I love and make other people feel good. If I can get people through their day and help them feel alright through music, I’ve done more than I could ever ask for.” Good on you Jyye!
While Jyye seems happy to share his creations with the world, the resounding response has been that the world is ready for Jyye as well. Jordan year it is.