Sealy Troh Proves He Has "All That" to Produce a Feel-Good Single

Los Angeles artist Sealy Troh is the kind of artist who emphasizes making their listeners feel good. With that starts the foundation of Sealy Troh's music, positive and lively energy.

Working with artists such as Novel and Casey Veggies, Sealy Troh proves to work well within collaboration and has found even further success within personal track releases. His latest feat includes the single release "Liv Luv," featured in LA Weekly. Now, Sealy Troh is ready to debut a cohesive soundscape with new music.

Sealy Troh released his anticipated single "All That." With a tropical fusion of melodic beats, "All That" presents itself to be the perfect kind of feel-good energy, making it the right kind of summer single to vibe along to. Sealy Troh creates a clean atmosphere with "All That" and the consistent flow he possesses. Consisting of a dependably structured hook, "All That" remains monotonous and straightforward in its delivery, which leads us to believe that Sealy Troh focuses on the uniformity of his sound. All in all, "All That" really did allow us to feel lost in the moment's fun, which is precisely what we're craving when listening to a pop-driven Hip/Hop single.

There was definitely feel-good energy emulating from "All That". As an artist who is avid to release tracks that contain that authentic and positive vibe, how would you say your visions for your songs ultimately come about?

Hype you caught the vibe. For any of the tracks, I select or build with producers I have to feel some sort of energy from it. Some tracks can sound good but if I don't feel anything for it then I prefer to write on songs where I feel a natural melody or rhythm. I try to express a range of emotions from situations I've been in or around and let my voice have fun with the rest. 

How did you feel inspired to create "All That"? What was the main purpose of this particular track?

The group Provision beats had been sending me beats and to be honest, they got lost in the shuffle but I got to open one of the packs they sent and it had a few that I really enjoyed, but this track just made me want to write to it first. Being into anime and the 90s and thinking about pre-COVID times really drove the look and ideas behind "All That". Those times where you and a person make eye contact and you both give off good energy.

Can you describe how you personally feel living in LA, and how you feel it helps you progress with your own sound?

I would say living in LA is definitely an interesting scene. There are so many different sounds coming from different areas so it's hard to not be surrounded by music or hear about shows going on. I feel like LA gives artists plenty of opportunities to enjoy themselves and shows ways you can push yourself further. Having support really is what means the most so when you see people coming to your events and shows or are wearing your merch it fuels you through the harder moments. It's also very competitive so it can feel like everyone says they do something and that can definitely make you feel like you're floating in an ocean, but with that being said I wouldn't trade it. 

Now that "All That" has released, are you planning on debuting any more new music for listeners?

Yes! I have another track following "All That". The next one should be called "Mallrat". I didn't intend for them to rhyme, but hey weirder things have happened... That one should be following later in September or October. Beyond that, I would definitely invite people to check out my other recent releases like "Lil Luv" or "She Don't Mind". 

What is one goal that you're hoping to achieve by the end of 2020?

I keep saying I need to get an air fryer.