The definition of a breakout artist, Marshmello has captivated the dance community since bursting onto the scene in early 2015. Taking advantage of the buzz spurred by anonymity, the masked producer’s breed of encompassing low-end and bursting toplines quickly earned him a spot in the hearts of tens of thousands. Now, Marshmello has just released Joytime, a collection of his most beloved originals from 2015.

The 10-track collection sources material from throughout Mello’s relatively concise career, including the rattling leads of “Find Me,” the elated gyrations of “Bounce,” and shwifty vocal cuts of “Show Me.” In addition, Joytime packs his latest collaboration with Omar LinX “Keep It Mello” which already amassed over a million plays.

Unfortunately, there’s nothing new, but it is nice to have all these originals in one place; and for now, we’ll accept it as an album (albeit a compilation). Maybe this is a preview of what the mellowest of marshes has in store for 2016…

The album is currently available on iTunes, and has already reached #1 on iTunes top electronic albums.


H/T Dancing Astronaut