As a teenager, Sensu discovered hip hop, the culture held her attention for several years. By 2012, though, the global resurgence of electronic music had influenced her to try her hand at producing more electric styles that expanded her creative horizons.
Sensu’s trademark sound may well be the product of her uncommon production method. After building a melodic progression from a simple chord and fleshing out the high end of each arrangement, she incorporates vocal samples and bass lines. When the rest of these pieces are in place she does underscore them with a drum pattern.
With her & her label Quartz Records being freshly signed to Universal Music this debut record called Embrace, out in September of 2019, is undoubtably going to strengthen Sensu’s profile as one of the most auspicious young electronic musicians around. It features collaborations with emerging artists just as Otis Junior, Bassette and Ryck Jane, as well as young Swiss singer Benjamin Amaru and is an infatuating conglomeration of Bass music & pop-loaded Electronica.