Albums, House | Besomorph Unleashes House Heater “Heartbreak Hotel” Alongside Anthony Keyrouz And Jon Paul

Posted by on October 9, 2021

With multiple releases on Universal Music/Virgin and official remixes for the likes of Topic, Tujamo, A7S and more, LA-based talent Besomorph holds more than 5 million monthly listeners on Spotify under his three aliases, and has undoubtedly won the hearts of many with his unique take on house music. After growing up in Germany, he has successfully made the relocation to LA and has seen his career explode over the last couple of years, becoming the finalist on John Lennon’s Songwriting Competition 2020 with his song “Anxiety” and reaching over 100k subscribers on his YouTube channel. 

Now, following acclaimed singles such as “You So Loose” and “Crush,” Besomorph has enlisted Lebanese producer Anthony Keyrouz and singer/songwriter Jon Paul for “Heartbreak Hotel.” Besomorph and Anthony Keyrouz hit it big last year with a number of successful collaborations, among them “Apologize,“ “Death Bed” and “Virus,” so this house heater is bound to become a massive hit as well.  

“Heartbreak Hotel” is part of Chapter RED, a phase of Besomorph’s new branding line, defined by dangerous love games, destructive behavior and mental distress, with red symbolizing danger and toxicity. As Besomorph explains: “Heartbreak Hotel is a place we all meet, which is a place of sadness, but only meant for a temporary stay.”

House | Besomorph Enlists Anthony Keyrouz And Lunis For Hot “Apologize” Cover

Posted by on May 9, 2020

Recently amassing 1 million monthly listeners on Spotify has been a long time coming for German producer Besomorph, and an accomplishment he has undoubtedly worked very hard to achieve. Having already released 5 original tracks this year, including collaborations with acclaimed vocalists such as RIELL and duo Neoni, the established producer is back with yet another release, this time working on a cover of Timbaland and OneRepublic’s classic hit “Apologize”. 

For the single, Besomorph enlists Lebanese producer Anthony Keyrouz and French duo Lunis, bringing the old hit back to life with enchanting vocals and an energetic house drop. The energy slowly builds up with a captivating bass atmosphere, before the drop explodes into a full-on house vibe, dominated by shiny synths and a huge bassline, making up for a result that is impressive and stunning.