[PREMIERE] Chelsea Cutler Shares Vibrant Single “You Make Me” Off Self-Produced, Self-Written Debut EP


Although most electronic artists (especially those in future bass/indie style genres) have incorporated guest vocals into their tracks throughout the past few years, it’s rare to see vocalists step to the other side of the song-making spectrum with production. Chelsea Cutler, a Connecticut-based singer, songwriter and producer, is doing just that.

At 20 years old, this multifaceted young artist has already made a name for herself vocally, bringing her breezy voice to tracks with artists like Kidswaste, Louis The Child, Kasbo and more. Instead of stopping there, Cutler began writing, singing and producing her own tracks around five months ago. Today we’re excited to be premiering one of these releases titled “You Make Me.”

This single is one of Cutler’s most exciting releases so far. With producer/songwriters Evan Gartner and Dan Henig lending a hand, the production is bigger, more upbeat and more electronic-influenced than it’s ever been before. The song has a noticeable future bass style and is wrought with lush synth builds and drops, tender guitar melodies, warm percussion and much more.

“You Make Me” is one of a few already released singles for Cutler’s self-written, self-produced and self-titled debut EP, set to drop October 6. Check it out below and enjoy!

Chelsea Cutler – You Make Me