VELVET CODE AT WESTLAKE STUDIOS, HOME OF MICHAEL JACKSON'S "BAD"

Velvet Code was in Los Angeles this week at the famous Westlake Studios where MIchael Jackson's "Bad" was created, mixing parts of "Break The Silence" with legendary mixer Robi Banerji, Producer Rob Bryton, and Westlake engineer Scott Kelly.

Having worked with Rob and Robi before, Velvet was thrilled to be reconnecting two people he calls dear friends, on his first single in five years.

"Since this song is the most honest discovery I've made of me, it made sense to bring in my friend and esteemed colleagues, Rob and Robi into the project. They are all heart. Scott is a young talented engineer who had great ideas as well, so I am glad we were all able to collaborate."

Check out photos from the studio session below.

Velvet Code's new single, "Break The Silence", will be released later this summer through Kobalt/AWAL.

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