MAX Taps Alexander Lewis, Party Pupils And Brasstracks For Euphoric Single “Acid Dreams”

On a quest to melt hearts and soak panties worldwide, MAX has delivered yet another stunning single off his highly-anticipated House of Divine album. With fans still reeling from his Quinn XCII featured hit “Love Me Less,” the pop prince has lined up an all-star cast for his latest single “Acid Dreams.” Alongside recent Medasin collaborator Felly, MAX taps into his sensual side, bringing out a rich, buttery performance that will instantly mesmerize any listener. Springing to life with surf-funk inspired guitar melodies and wavy percussion, MAX and Felly trade heart-melting verses over the delicious R&B production. Laidback and effervescent, “Acid Dreams” is simply euphoric.

As far as credits go, “Acid Dreams” was jointly produced by future funk duo Party Pupils and trap aficionado Alexander Lewis, and features additional horn-work by future brass duo Brasstracks. MAX has been dabbling with a variety of future bass producers, including Louis The Child and Imad Royal, for his past couple releases, and its a trend that’s working. MAX’s iconic vocals have continuously been challenged by the array of upbeat genre-blending productions and he’s, in turn, delivered stunning hits. Stream MAX and Felly’s impeccable new single “Acid Dreams” below and be on the lookout for MAX’s next collaboration.

MAX & Felly – Acid Dreams