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Kideko brings his UK bass-heavy sound to Sub Focus & ALMA’s ‘Don’t You Feel It’

A fast rising star, Kideko adds his signature bass-heavy sound to ‘Don’t You Feel It’ pop-infused melody. ALMA’s distinctive vocals are lusciously layered over a jacking rhythm and bubble-like synths – creating an energetic club-ready cut perfect for peak time sets.

The Brighton-based producer stormed into the scene with ‘Crank It’ – featuring fellow British artists George Kwali and Nadia Rose – last summer. Supported by the likes of Armand Van Helden, Annie Mac, Pete Tong and Toddla T, Kideko has been handpicked to craft remixes for The Magician and Snakehips.

Since its release, the original of ‘Don’t You Feel It’ has amassed 5 million global streams and championed by several BBC Radio 1 tastemakers including Mistajam, Friction, Danny Howard and Target to name a few. Rounding off the release, Kideko follows two brilliant remixes including a drum and bass edit from Sub Focus & 1991 and an idyllic rework from salute.

‘Don’t You Feel It’ follows the success of three club focused hits including ‘Nobody Knows’, ‘Love Divine’ – a BBC Radio 1 Hottest Record. Following this, ‘Lingua’ featuring Style G currently holds the accolade of being the first ever record to top the Radio 1 Specialist Chart for two consecutive weeks. Elsewhere, Sub Focus remixed Major Lazer’s hit ‘Run Up’ featuring Nicki Minaj and PARTYNEXTDOOR.

Eclectic songstress ALMA provides the vocals for the track. The singer has won two awards at the Finnish Grammys for ‘Best Newcomer’ and ‘Best Export’. Earlier this year, ALMA played a headline slot at BBC Radio 1 Future Festival and performed alongside Ray BLK at AMP. With her debut album in the pipeline, ALMA has been working with the likes of MNEK, Rudimental, Gorgon City and Two Inch Punch.

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