JOYRYDE continues to build with the OWSLA camp with his latest single, "I WARE HOUSE" that comes paired with a sick video. The song itself incorporates siren samples, street percussion and booming brass synths that switch over to his heavy future house style.
He takes things up a notch at the 2-minute mark with some hard trap screeches that he revisits later in the track as well. The video for "I WARE HOUSE" matches his urban branding and takes place in a giant warehouse. In regards to the creative direction of the music video, JOYRYDE says that he "didn't want to shoot a professional dance routine or choreography", but rather "shoot how normal people feel and move…I wanted it to be natural."
Check out the video below and enjoy!