An artist that finds his main source of inspiration in the past, Bo Haan is back with his Motown infused single “Playboy (We´re All In Love)”.
Bo Haan = pop moves + smooth grooves. A master of his own brand of morally-ambiguous funk-pop, Bo Haan is the gyrating half of the Los Angeles electronica duo The Blemish. In 2015, Haan self-released ‘Funkified’ – an album of funked-up cover songs – as a semi-satirical side project poking fun at the mind-numbing simplicity of modern pop music. The album quickly gained traction in the underground electro-funk and dance community. Bo took the hint and followed up with a series of singles, all with a unique lyrical focus on challenging traditional monogamous relationships.
Since then, Haan appears to have found his niche audience and has had continued success with his formula of infectious grooves, catchy hooks, and polyamorous musings. His latest album, ‘Bedroom Amateur’, released on October 10th. It continues Bo’s trending stylistic pull toward electro-funk and dance, with an immediate pop appeal. The album’s first single, “Playboy (We’re All In Love)”, is an infectious stunner with suave brass spurts, funky rhythms, and a Michael Jackson-esque vocal pull. The track will be followed up with a music video this fall.