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Said The Sky

Said The Sky

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SP Rank: 1342
  • Melodic dubstep
  • Pop edm
  • Future bass
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Colorado-based electronic DJ, producer, and musician Trevor Christensen emerged in the mid-2010s under the name Said the Sky. With his buoyant, dance-oriented style, he became a frequent collaborator with Illenium while issuing his own popular EPs and singles. His 2018 full-length debut, Wide-Eyed, yielded the highly streamed hit "All I Got," and after additional singles, he returned with his second album, 2022's Sentiment. Born in Denver, Colorado in 1993, Christensen started out studying piano around age eight, and later played various instruments in his school band program. Also during high school, he became interested in electronic music after taking a digital audio production course. Subsequently, he began crafting his own songs and eventually honed his skills while attending Boston's Berklee College of Music. In 2014, having adopted the Said the Sky moniker, he signed with Phase Management and released his debut EP, Faith, which featured the singles "Disciple" with Melissa Hays, "Everything," and "Listen." More non-album singles also appeared 2015 including "Falling In," with Illenium and Mimi Page, "Run Away" featuring Car, "Darling" featuring Missio, and others. In 2016, he returned with his sophomore EP, Painted White. That same year he collaborated again with Illenium and Seven Lions on the single "Ares." He then joined Illenium on tour, and appeared on the DJ's 2017 single "Where'd You Go." Also in 2017, he paired with Kwesi for the track "All I Got." Said the Sky's debut full-length, Wide-Eyed, was released by the Seeking Blue label in July 2018. It featured guests like Vancouver Sleep Clinic and Jack Newsome, among others. Christensen kept busy over the next few years collaborating with Slander and JT Roach on 2019's "Potions" and again joining Illenium on the 2020 hit "Good Things Fall Apart vs. Sad Songs." After a few more singles, including 2021's "Treading Water" and "Go on Then, Love," he delivered his sophomore album, Sentiment, in February 2022. ~ Matt Collar, Rovi

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