Self-proclaimed “Jamenglican” (JA/UK/USA) artist Dorsh is making his reappearance on the music scene with a remix of Daley’s “Look Up,” which was originally produced by Pharrell.
Staying true to his style of production, Dorsh’s uses an atmospheric, future-soul/dance sound for his rendition of “Look Up,” which is still smooth in delivery.
Growing up, one of Dorsh’s all-time favorite songs was Marvin Gaye’s “I Want You” because of its overall demand to surrender to emotion. The original Daley track inspired Dorsh to revisit these childhood feelings, when he recognized the truth and pain within the lyrics, the emotion in Daley’s voice, and the classically-smooth Pharrell Williams arrangement. Dorsh’s symphonic guitar remix embodies the sound of today, but borrows from the souls of the legends who inspired him.
After his two-year, soul-searching journey in the Blue Mountains of Kingston, Jamaica, 2016 is set to be a musically illuminating year for Dorsh. You can expect a reggae infused EP later this summer entitled PATOIS with more emphasis on his time spent in Jamaica and abroad.