xxyyxx releases "I Don't" featuring LA rapper $K
We're huge fans of super producer XXYYXX. The producer is one of electronic music’s most celebrated and elusive producers, and today we're excited to share (after two years) with a new single, "I Don’t". The moody excursion features LA rapper $K, and offers a bit of a departure from the vapor wave style the young Orlando producer helped pioneer.
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"I Don't" is a follow up to Marcel Everett’s 2015 single ‘Red’, and will be part one of a two track project he releases in 2017. Everett rose to fame in 2012 with his self titled record, featuring the seminal ‘About You’ - a track that went on to be used by Chance the Rapper and SZA on their collab, ‘Child’s Play’. He’s been able to garner a prolific, constantly growing fan base through minimal releases over the past half-decade, focusing more on quality and timeliness, rather than quantity. He’s produced for artists like Tory Lanez and the likes of XO crew.
XXYYXX continues to be an independent artist with "I Don't", releasing the single thru distribution company AWAL.
Earlier this week, XXYYXX announced a 17 date North American tour, with stops in New York, Los Angeles, Orlando, Chicago, Atlanta, and others. He is being joined by Chrome Sparks as support for all of the dates. Tickets can be found at: www.xxyyxx-chromesparkstour.com
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