black a.m. is back with a double-wammy “Please Don’t Go,” released on his own label iamrecords. The West Coast based artist dropped both an original and extended version of the song, giving it that extra expansion in the sonic story that’s told. Regardless of the version dived into, the general principles behind what makes this one a win are present. “Please Don’t Go,” gets tech heavy and ripe for dancefloor peaking, the house tempo and instrumental atmosphere blended here act as a catalyst for one of the most fascinating moments going on. The guitar work. Electric guitar glides up and down as it makes it’s entry toward the middle of the track. The added effect channels a deeper and emotional atmosphere to shake it up a bit. These sections and the inclusion of the instrument is more than just something to fill the space, it’s an important cornerstone of the vision black a.m. hopes folks will latch onto. As a whole, bringing the world’s of house and rock together in a way that’s also fit for the clubs.
black a.m. shares more about the meaning behind “Please Don’t Go:”
“I’ve dug deeper than I even have in ‘Please Don’t Go.’ I wanted to address mental health through this song. ‘Please Don’t Go,’ is a plea, asking someone to stay, despite the issues that may arise through the relationship.”
– black a.m.
Since his ‘i am’ EP dropped in 2020 and even before then, the road black a.m. has traveled has been filled with success. He’s experienced a heavy amount of moments artist dream of: Playing Insomniac-created events like the Park N’ Rave series, going on tour with NGHTMRE, getting his music signed by imprint Ultra Music, and tons more.
This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: black a.m. Drops The Bassline Bouncing & Infectious, ‘Please Don’t Go’