Grammy-nominated producer Tank God shares an animated visualizer for his latest single “Eyes Up” with Miggy Dela Rosa. Listen HERE. The colorful display breathes new life into the record, providing a peek into the next chapter of Tank’s sonic journey.
Right out the gate, bright drum patterns set the tone for the track. Directed by Tristan Zammit, the video opens up with Tank & Miggy on a trippy adventure. Watch HERE. Miggy’s vocals flow in a hypnotic motion on the sing-songy hook, “Stay, I don’t wanna play, I just want you to stay, why you gotta fight it, fight it.” Meanwhile, Tank illustrates his knack for an arresting and unshakeable melody.
“Eyes Up” was released halfway through summer (July 28) and has continued to climb on social media. The Brazilian funk-inspired track is a pop gem that’s utterly irresistible. On creating the song, Tank God shares: “I went to Miami in December to work with Marshmello. While there, I discovered a genre called Brazilian Funk. I instantly fell in love and was inspired by the bounce and drums. We made the beat in about 10 minutes… it’s a huge summer vibe and really makes you want to move!”
“Eyes Up” was co-produced with Jorge Milliano (Rauw Alejandro, Maluma, Ozuna) and Mosadi. Elsewhere, Tank has developed a reputation throughout the music industry as a trusted collaborator. He’s produced Post Malone’s RIAA-DIAMOND certified single “Rockstar,” he’s a 3X ASCAP award winner, and he won top honors at Spotify’s Secret Genius Awards twice. With more new music and collaborations underway, Tank God is squarely positioned to reach new audiences as a genre-defying force with no ceiling.
About Tank God:
26-year-old Tank God grew up in the Chelsea Projects of NYC, where he discovered his love of music production at the age of 12. His dreams came to fruition during his sophomore year of college with the release of Post Malone’s #1 hit single “Rockstar”, Post’s most successful single to date. Tank’s production work earned him 3 ASCAP Awards and a GRAMMY Award Nomination for Record of the Year and Best Rap Performance. With billions of streams across his credits, Tank God has also produced for artists including A$AP Rocky, A Boogie wit da Hoodie, Rico Nasty, Lil Tjay, Tory Lanez, Lil Wayne, Rich The Kid, Lil Mosey, Tyla Yaweh, Swae Lee, and more. He is transitioning from working behind the keys to inside the booth.