Big Wild Releases “Invincible” feat. iDA HAWK
Big Wild has made his presence known this year with appearances at numerous festivals and a successful spring tour. Jackson Stell, a producer from Venice, California, is a breakout artist from ODESZA’s curated label, Foreign Family Collective. From remixes to original tracks, Jackson orchestrates a sound that turns listeners into fans. Big Wild’s latest track, “Invincible,” was released only a day ago, but it already has 38.5K plays on SoundCloud. Jackson describes “Invincible” as “a reflection on discovering the power and beauty we all hold within us.” iDA HAWK co-wrote with her amazing voice delivering a strong message of empowerment.
Stemming from a relentless desire to create something new, Big Wild’s sound taps into the natural curiosity we all share by exploring beyond conventional boundaries in music. Oh yea, he also likes to make you dance…
As the 12th release from Foreign Family Collective, “Invincible” has a mighty reputation to hold up. The track features a stellar collaboration between Big Wild and iDA HAWK that features the talent of both artists. A cooperative approach to “Invincible” allows the exoticism of Big Wild to support the intimate vocals of iDA HAWK. The beginning of the track seems to symbolize a sunrise with bright chimes and iDA’s chanting in the background. As the music swells, iDA HAWK’s lyrics speak to the constant evolution of the human spirit.
A strong chorus corresponds to a bass drop which sends the message home. The answer to survival is becoming empowered and feeling invincible to outside forces. Vocals slow to accentuate iDA’s soulful singing and subtle snapping holds the beat steady. Crashing symbols and determined strings build the intensity of the track. Big Wild’s talent is best displayed in the final section with hints of an exotic drum beat, big band bass, and distortion that touch the listener’s soul. The end of the track features the strings which accentuate the intimate, soulful atmosphere of “Invincible.” A re-introduction of the chimes and chanting creates a circular effect to the track — a sense of returning back home.