“Hey boy, take a look at your life, are you livin’ it well?” Riotron evokes deepest emotions as he speaks wisdom we all know but seem to always forget. Oblivious to our own needs and numb as we stifle our dreams, what is the ultimate goal? Riotron reminds us of what truly matters in life and he always does it with class and chic. “Justin’s Song” is a magnificent piece with front-and-center vocals that make the track feel warm and empathetic, while the synths create an ambience you cannot help but fall in love with.
Riotron aka Jeff Fettes is a brilliant electro-pop solo act with more-than-impressive achievements under his belt. His most recent collaboration with Big Freedia for the track “Drop A Bomb” was a trending topic for weeks, while his other collaborations include remixes by R3HAB, Mahalo, Black Caviar, Wuki, and the legend of EDM himself – Paul Oakenfold. Last year, Riotron released the track, “Life Is What We’re Living” to rave reviews. The accompanying video racked up over 23 million views and featured Lea Thompson (Back To The Future) and Tyler Posey (Teen Wolf). In addition to that, Riotron has become well-known for his videos “I’m Sorry” ft. Tom Green, viewed over 20M times and “Dark Highway,” viewed over 15M times on YouTube.
Constantly evolving and sharpening his authentic sound, Riotron always stays true to himself and makes music that doesn’t simply please millions but also creates a lasting impact in people’s mindsets. The world is yet to hear Riotron’s first full-length album, but the wait seems absolutely worth it since fans keep discovering the artist anew with each single.
“Take a look at your choices…Are you raising your voice?” the electro-pop master sings, eliciting self-reflection right then and there. “Justin’s Song” forces us to take a long, hard look at our very own lives and the way we choose to live, all through enchanting vocals and energizing music. What a spectacular piece to add to one’s library and return to again and again in search of inspiration, positive vibes, and a friendly conversation!