There’s nothing we hawks love more than putting you on to some juicy new talent. Gelus (pronounced jealous) is a name we’re certain you’ll get very familiar with. His debut single “Emerge/Arise,” has definitely piqued our interest, and after one listen, you’ll know why.
Who is Gelus?
You may not formally know Gelus yet, but you may recognize his sound. Artists like LUCA LUSH, TruFeelz, and High Zombie have already rinsed some of his ID’s in their virtual sets. Aise from that, Gelus is quite the mystery artist, we don’t know much about him beyond this debut single. Which, in this case is fine, considering the heat this track is packing, he’s already made a fan out of us. If you’d like to feel like you were punched in the gut (in the best way possible), then we suggest you stream “Emerge/Arise.”
There’s nothing that can prepare you for what’s about to happen. Gelus kicks things off light but ominous, letting listeners know he’s got a few tricks up his sleeve. It’s not long until we are tossed headfirst into the madness of this drop. Much like any good thrill ride, the insanity is over quickly after it began. Now we wait for round two. The second drop ups the ante just a little more, which we didn’t even know was possible. High energy, high intensity, “Emerge/Arise” has our brains on X Games mode.
“Emerge/Arise” is the only clarification we need to know that Gelus is about to have 2021 by the neck. This debut single is only a tiny hint of what’s to come with this new trap starboy, so make sure you give his socials a follow and stay locked in.
Buckle up, and press play on “Emerge/Arise” now
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