The long-anticipated release of Wes Roby’s “All Nighter” unleashes a cascade of thunderous drum kicks while injecting a vintage feel by taking us back to the era of the auto-tune.
The track wastes no time dropping right into the massive bass line, giving way to the vocal splices and a snare pattern that culminate in an absolute onslaught of dance floor madness.
From the first hook you can tell that a larger-than-life, speaker-thrashing club banger has been unleashed with this A.L.E. Records release. At times, it’s easy to mistake the vocal samples for something straight out of Yeezy’s 2008 studio album 808s and Heartbreak.
Infusing electronic dance music elements with a sprinkle of pop and a dash of hip hop, “All Nighter” continues to gain industry support from peers that exclaim “it just feels good” while touting it as the “perfect party song.”
Continuing to attract listeners with preferences rooted across numerous genres of music, Roby will surely proceed to win people over with this enormous follow up to his previous single “Flavor.” Possessing all the elements of a well-produced track backed by an over-arching “feel good” tempo, this is a track you can’t help but get behind.