“Light Up The Sky” is the unexpected collaboration between dance music DJs and producers Wooli and Trivecta and Scott Stapp, the Grammy winning songwriter, solo artist, and voice of multi-platinum rock band Creed.
Stapp’s fluid vocals soar over euphoric walls of synths and head-banging bass to create a track that leaves nothing on the table. The track is a breath of fresh air into the melodic dance music scene, bridging genres and fanbases and providing a collaboration that feels both nostalgic and modern at once.
Ophelia Records 2021 Wooli (Adam Puleo) is an East Coast producer who has quickly taken the electronic music scene by storm. He has received immediate support from the legends of dubstep including Excision, Seven Lions, KAYZO, Slander, Snails, as well as others.
Wooli is not confined by single genres of electronic music, blending heavy dubstep with melodic future bass producing a sound that cannot be forgotten. Wooli has also released music on labels such as Welcome Records, Never Say Die, and Circus Records among others.
His big collaborations include the huge Evolution EP with Excision, a three-way collab with Seven Lions and Excision on “Another Me” and “Island” with Seven Lions & Trivecta (feat. Nevve)”.
Trivecta is a Tampa based melodic bass producer and songwriter. In addition to receiving support from artists like Excision, The Chainsmokers and Don Diablo, he’s joined melodic bass connoisseurs such as Illenium, Seven Lions, Dabin, Kill The Noise, and Wooli on tour.
Trivecta has also landed official remixes
with his tourmates. His take on Illenium’s “Fractures” has drawn 6.5M listens on Spotify alone and collaborated with Excision & Wooli on “Oxygen”, which has amassed nearly half a million streams with support from UKF & MrSuicideSheep.
Scott Stapp is a Grammy winning songwriter, solo artist, and voice of Creed (50+ million albums sold) who is currently writing the follow-up to his 2019 comeback album, The Space Between The Shadows, which reintroduced an evolved artist in his prime and debuted at the top of Rock and Album charts in the US and UK.
The album’s success, and Scott’s candid discussions about recovery and serving as a mentor to those still struggling led Pollstar to invite him to speak about overcoming and rebuilding at Pollstar Live (Feb. 2020).