Rising artist and producer Carneyval releases the funk-drenched new single“Who’s That” featuring Floyd Fuji. Listen HERE via Astralwerks. With bouncing percussion and dense, soulful arrangements, the banger is destined to ignite parties and clubs for months to come. "Who's That" is the duo's second collaboration after 2020’s viral hit “Gelato,” and their creative chemistry is stronger than ever.
“’Who’s That?’ is one of those songs that just came together like magic. I initially produced the beat with Michael Christofi, and then when Floyd and I got into the room it was easy work finishing the record. Growing up in the same state, Floyd and I seem to have an undeniable hometown bond that seeps into all of our songs,” says Carneyval. “There’s not a single time we’ve gotten together in the studio where it hasn’t produced gold. The man is incredibly talented and after three years of sitting on this record, we’re more than ready to release ‘Who’s That?’ into the world.”
“She a hottie with a body, as fast as a Maserati,” Fuji delivers over Carneyval’s boisterous beats, pounding piano and jangling guitar. “She never leave at the lobby or let a brotha or jockey ride that, less he gone bring racks.” Needless to say, the anthem has one thing on its mind — and it doesn’t waste time mincing words.
The track arrives soon after Carneyval’s track “Never Gonna Drink Again.” It was preceded by “Flies” and “Me Time." Originally from Virginia Beach, Carneyval first made waves with “It Ain’t Love,” which debuted at #1 on both the U.S. and Global Viral charts on Spotify. In April 2020, he grew his following with viral remix mash-ups on TikTok.
Since then, Carneyval has amassed a dedicated TikTok following with more than 3.5 million followers and 600 million views. To date, he has racked up more than 28 million streams across platforms. And the fledgling hitmaker's profile continues to rise with a recent feature in Apple Music’s Today’s Hits DJ Mix series. Check it out HERE.
Now, with “Who’s That,” Carneyval continues to expand his horizons, crafting another dance-pop track that demands to be played as loud as possible.