Censodd expands his sonic palette for new house fueled single, “Lost”

Conjuring an intricate tribute to the lush sound of house music and feeling lost

With only a handful of releases, Censodd has built a reputation for writing love songs and performing them to catchy Afropop beats that serve dancefloors audiences. Shifting pace from the Caribbean influenced beat of his NATIVE debut, “Dirty Fiona”, Censodd’s new release, “Lost”, expands his sonic palette as he conjures an intricate tribute to the lush sound of house music.

Infusing electronic guitar flourishes, sweeping synth and piano harmonies and a catchy drum riff, “Lost” unfurls with an easy-going vibe PD produces with little pockets to accommodate Censodd’s supple singing voice. Singing his inquisitive lyrics with a slightly mournful intonation, “Where do you go to find yourself?”, his verses always seem to stretch toward the release of a pop chorus. And though the beat eventually drops for a groovy chorus, his lyrics remain questioning “Ogini K’icho? (What do you want?)”. The contradiction reinforces his tortured lyrical themes of feeling lost.

Watch the Into the Spider-Verse inspired lyrics video below.

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ICYMI: Listen to Censodd’s “Dirty Fiona”