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Los Angeles, CA | Established. Jan 01, 2016 | SELF

Los Angeles, CA | SELF
Established on Jan, 2016
Solo Pop Electronic




"Teasley's Hit It May Have Stolen the Show from Kygo"

Dance-Pop/Tropical singer Teasley may have the summer 2016 anthem on his hands with ‘Hit It.’ The singer first released the song back in February and now comes to us with the music video just in time for beach season. The song is blowing up across social media and digital platforms alike so make sure to check out these incredible visuals to his hit single ‘Hit It’ below. - Hype Crib

"Weekly Pick 'Hit It'"

Happy Sunday, all! Sunday, and the occasional Monday, is the day in which I chose my “Weekly Pick,” and I have a great one for you this week.

Since Summer is fast approaching, needless to say, so are all the summery tunes! I’ve been gearing up for this rush of great summer hits and I truly believe that Teasley’s “Hit It” is the perfect summer song!

“Hit It” is the perfect combination of house music, which is gaining a tremendous presence in today’s top songs, as well as some tropical vibes that are undoubtedly catchy. “Hit It” has the potential to grace this summer’s top charts and I can liken it to Omi’s “Cheerleader.” Both have this underlying tropical tone which can be irresistible for much of America’s ears. As we have seen with “Cheerleader” the success that that song has garnered was profound, and it could definitely be titled “The Summer Hit of 2015.” “Hit It” could just as easily earn that title in my book, for 2016.

Comparing the song’s plot or message, “Cheerleader” describes the bond that Omi has with his girlfriend, while “Hit It” explores deeper into an intimate relationship which brings a lot of intrigue to the listener. Also,Teasley’s voice paired with the electronic beat creates a lot of movement within the song and makes the average listener want to blast this from their speakers so they can completely experience “Hit It.” Overall, “Hit It” is uplifting and encourages the listener to only want more from Teasley. - Simply by Amusement

"Teasley Teams Up With Red Bull For “Hit It” Music Video"

L.A.’s Teasley is back with the summertime fine visuals for his debut single, “Hit It”. The tropical house/pop vocalist has only released two songs to date but it’s obvious his music is filled with addicting potential. The video, directed by Jack Craymer and sponsored by Red Bull paints the perfect picture for this infectiously catchy, radio ready single. The production behind the whole video and the overall aesthetic quality is just down right incredible. The color schemes and slow-motion shots incorporated into the party scene portrayed throughout the video come together making this video just plain fun to watch time and time again.

For an artist at this stage of his career, a video like this is something we rarely see anymore and I’ve got a ton of respect just off that for Teasley. It’s easy to tell he’s got a great team behind him and this didn’t happen overnight. I can’t stress enough the importance of a strong foundation and taking the time to really get things right regarding every aspect of the finished product. This guy doing it right. Artists take note and watch your back. Teasley is rising fast. - Good Music All Day


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No party playlist is complete without Teasley. The multi-talented progressive Pop/R&B singer writes songs that embody a laid-back California vibe. Think Chris Brown on a beach-- all you want to do is dance and tan.

Born Josh Teasley, the Oakland-raised crooner specializes in infectious summer-inspired dance tracks. Teasley's debut EP Feeling Better was co-produced by EDM trio Cheat Codes, and featured hit track "Hit It" that reached over 1 million streams and received support from National Italian Radio. The accompanying music video for "Hit It" was sponsored by Red Bull and reached the top 10 on MTV dance charts.

Teasley funded his early music endeavors by booking spring break trips for students each year while attending school at the University of Missouri-Columbia. A 4-year period that, in his words, "confirmed the pointlessness of living a life you need a vacation from."

Teasley draws inspiration from the chill coastal lifestyle. Whether on the beach or in the gym, Teasley gives off good vibes and summertime. His soul-and-sun voice makes for a "soundtrack to a good life," as he explains.

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