CHROMANCE is a producer/DJ from Germany. Not too long ago, he released an animated music video for his “Lollipop (Yum bi dum like Bubblegum)” single via Columbia/B1 Recordings. The Patrick Chin-directed video was produced by Phanta Animation BV and Bart Maalderink Productions.
CHROMANCE – “Lollipop (Yum bi dum like Bubblegum)”
“Look at me, I wake up and I’m perfect. My hair, my nails, I’m ready for your world. Life is great, as long as you are watching. You’re mine, I’m yours, let’s come up and never come down. Looking good in the limelight, you wanna know what it tastes like? You’re my sugar bum-bum and you want some. Baby, me too. Yum bi dum like bubblegum, you blow me up and pop it. ” – lyrics
‘Lollipop (Yum bi dum like Bubblegum)’ tells an adoring tale about a young woman who mysteriously bumps into a young guy one day. Since then, they have enjoyed a sweet relationship with lots of memorable moments. Later, she tells him, “Another happy candy, you make me smile. Your puppet on a string, row by row, the love is never-ending.”
‘Lollipop (Yum bi dum like Bubblegum)’ contains a happy relationship-based narrative and ear-pleasing vocals that will resonate well with music lovers. The dancefloor-friendly tune possesses groovy bass and temperate drum-laden instrumentation flavored with electronic and electro-dance elements. Furthermore, “Lollipop (Yum bi dum like Bubblegum)” follows mildly on the heels of CHROMANCE’s viral hit single, “Wrap Me in Plastic,” with MOMOLAND.
CHROMANCE – “Wrap Me in Plastic” (Official Video) – Marcus Layton Mix
On “Wrap Me in Plastic,” CHROMANCE teamed up with Marcus Layton, who already gained over 30 million streams on Spotify. Marcus was introduced by a friend, and when he heard “Wrap Me in Plastic” for the first time, he immediately fell in love with the song and decided to do a remix, which became the main version. So far, “Wrap Me in Plastic” has accumulated over one billion streams in China, over 100 million streams on Spotify, and created over seven million videos on TikTok.
All CHROMANCE can remember from his childhood is music. Music was everywhere. His mother sang lullabies, and his father was an international booked concert pianist, traveling the world. CHROMANCE started to play the flute at the age of four and piano at the age of six. But his parents didn’t support his musical ambitions because they knew about the struggles of an artist’s life. It was CHROMANCE himself who had to push himself step by step further.
At the age of 16, CHROMANCE was introduced to electronic music by a friend. He was infected by this genre right away and started to DJ. Together with friends, he organized illegal raves in and around Berlin and knew that music would be part of his life.
“You’re mine, I’m yours.”
“I need to produce music. I need to do it. And I have to do it my way and different. I want my music to be different. I need it to be different. There’s so much music out there, that just sound same, same, same.” – CHROMANCE explained
A friend introduced CHROMANCE to his first music software. CHROMANCE was overwhelmed by the endless possibilities. He started to study music production while working during the night to finance his life and his studies. Later, he traveled the world to be inspired by the music out there. Southeast Asia, America, South Africa, Australia. Wherever he traveled to, he made music with the people he met on the streets and listened to their stories.
“This was my personal breakthrough. I realized how different the people are. And how different the music can be from country to country, from continent to continent.” – CHROMANCE stated
Berlin as the European melting pot, the place to be, bringing together so many different influences, was the perfect starting point for CHROMANCE.
“Lollipop (Yum bi dum like Bubblegum)” single
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