(March 13, 2020) – London-based alternative-pop artist Ilja Alexander releases effervescent electropop remix of his original single called “Someday (Future Bass Remix),” a collaboration with well-known German electronic DJ/producer Marvin Dörsam, premiered through PopDust.
“Someday” was produced by multi-platinum producer/songwriter Curtis Richardson (David Guetta, John Legend, Rihanna, Tiesto), Adien Lewis (BTS, NCT Dream, Girls’ Generation) and Ilja Alexander, and written by Ilja Alexander and Curtis Richardson.
“Someday” is off his upcoming album, Nature, a fusion of pop, alternative rock, urban and dance elements set to release late 2020. This album breaks normal systematic traditions but adds individual style and focused depth. It’s Alexander’s most ambitious effort to date that will surely ignite empowerment in those who are listening. Alexander’s debut single was released in The Netherlands. It became increasingly popular in Indonesia and Japan, which led to his 2nd single becoming a #1 radio chart in Indonesia.
“I want people to feel happy and joyful while listening to the song. To visualize and dream a similar situation and to forget about negative and stressful thoughts,” Alexander says. “It’s a unique and feel-good take on finding love and balance.”
Nature’s distinctive blends and sounds are intended to connect with the souls and hearts of his audience. These songs weave a tapestry of love, life, heartache, hope, redemption and enlightenment. This album was produced and co-written by multi-platinum artist Curtis Richardson (Jennifer Lopez, Rihanna, Joss Stone, John Legend, David Guetta, Hardwell, Tiesto, SHINee, Taemin, Kumi Koda), produced by Alexander and Adien Lewis (Taemin, SHINee, Girls Generation and NCT Dream), engineered by UK’s finest Matt Wiggins (Adele, U2, Foster The People, James Bay), and mastered by Randy Merrill (Taylor Swift, Justin Bieber, Lady Gaga, Adele, Ariana Grande, Imagine Dragons, Paul Mc Cartney).
Listen To Ilja Alexander’s “Someday (Future Bass Remix)” here.
In 2010, Alexander was approached by various management teams in The Netherlands,Tokyo and Jakarta. Alexander’s worldwide impressions led him to release his debut solo project “Hold On To Her”, a collection of carefully composed orchestral love songs in English, Japanese, and even Indonesian, which went on to great success and resulted in touring Japan, Indonesia and Asia as a whole.
For more information on Ilja Alexander visit www.ilja-alexander.com.
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