“The song was written during the cold season in Switzerland when I remembered my past road trips. The Tayrona National Park in South America reminds me of this time and I try to reflect this feeling in the song.”Ruck P
When it comes to his own creations, his contribution to the chill-hop scene certainly can’t escape mention, especially since he’s closely affiliated with the iconic Chillhop Music label. It’s the soulful allure paired with the musicality in his beats that makes him one of a kind, and this has even attracted Apple to use his music for a commercial, alongside support from radio stations such as BBC Radio 1 and Soulection.
This signature soulful sound is also found in “Tayrona” – a vibrant single that captures the feelings associated with being at Tayrona National Park in South America. Just like the park, this is bound to leave listeners feeling refreshed with its groovy and joyous vibe. The bright horns coupled with the guitars here paint the picture of a pleasant summer day.
“Tayrona” marks Ruck P’s first release with Stereofox, and this one is quite a sentimental gem for the Swiss artist.
Ruck P is a Swiss-based multi-instrumentalist & DJ who worked with artists like CRO, Cypress Hill, Delinquent Habits, Masta Ace, Termanology, Fashawn & many others. As a solo artist, he mainly works with Chillhop Records. Ruck P’s music has been played by radio channels e.g. BBC Radio 1 or Soulection and also got selected for an Apple Commercial.
- Produced for CREED III: The Soundtrack (Dreamville Records) in 2023
- Went on Nr. 1 Album Charts in Germany with CRO in 2021
- Produced an Apple Advert back in 2019
- Has worked with artists like CRO, Cypress Hill, Delinquent Habits, Masta Ace, Termanology, and Fashawn
- Releases with The Kount, Shuko, Phlocalyst & more
- Has been played by numerous radio channels including BBC Radio 1 or Soulection
- Featured on 220+ Spotify editorials like Feel Good Beats and Relax Brunch
- Featured on Apple Music editorials such as LoFi Sunday, Cramming and Studying
- 80M+ streams across DSPs