R3HAB is back with “Most People” the latest single from his upcoming album, and it’s yet another major crossover collaboration. This time, R3HAB collaborates with Lukas Graham, a Danish folk/pop band, for a soulful but catchy song. I hope you’re ready for some melodic accordion, because R3HAB’s production on this one focuses on it. Lukas Graham is most known for his 2016 breakthrough song “7 Years,” which came during a period when folk and Americana music was quite popular (I’m looking at you, Mumford & Sons).
“Most People” is a natural blend of R3HAB’s and Lukas Graham’s styles. This single, which combines folk-pop with R3HAB’s catchy sounds, works equally well on the radio as it does on the dancefloor. The vocals are about persevering in the face of adversity. The vocals talk about how most people give up when things become tough, but the singer and the folks he’s singing to aren’t most people! The track is a great pop song in and of itself, but the accordion drop is incredible. It’s one-of-a-kind and catchy, and it captures the mood of the song well.
R3HAB and Lukas Graham’s new single “Most People” is out now on CYB3RPVNK.