Chicago’s acclaimed Artist/DJ Sherm, known for his dynamic presence in the electronic music scene, has collaborated with the emerging Chicago duo BLUPRNT for their new single “Real Life.” Released today via Hood Politics, “Real Life” is hailed as an underground anthem, showcasing a beautiful mix of irresistible grooves, vocal samples, and powerful synth stabs. This track exemplifies peak time energy, with masterfully arranged breakdowns leading into progressively intense drops. Sherm’s admiration for BLUPRNT, sparked by their track “House In My Life,” has culminated in this collaboration, which he describes as a significant and attention-grabbing piece.
Sherm’s current momentum is undeniable. He hosted the “Tech/House Boom in the US: What’s In It for You?” panel at ADE and performed at the Hood Politics / Bring The Kingdom ADE showcase. His career highlights include creating the renowned “Sherm In The Booth” podcast, multiple appearances at North Coast Festival, and performing alongside top artists like Armin Van Buuren and Galantis.
BLUPRNT, the duo collaborating with Sherm, has made a significant impact in 2023. Their high-energy blend of tech and bass house has garnered attention from industry giants like Diplo and Dr. Fresch. Named a “Top Artist to Catch at North Coast Music Festival” by EDM Identity, BLUPRNT’s festival debut and string of successful releases like “Proper Ladies” and “Elevator” solidify their status as a duo to watch. “Real Life” marks a pivotal moment for both Sherm and BLUPRNT, reflecting their growing influence in the house music scene.