If you haven't heard yet, the mysterious producer k?d is on fire. Little is to be known of the producer, just an ominous sketch and some banging tunes riddled on his facebook page. Despite this mystery, the amount of incredible releases seems to be unending and is definite proof of the producer's quick and developed musical literacy. From the k?d's stand out rendition of electronic icons Daft Punk's "Doin' It Right" to the impressive original "Somewhere Far Away", k?d has a deletable style that's now easily recognizable. He's expanded his sound by working with smooth singer Rahn Harper and working with other upcoming names including LUCA LUSH. Taking inspiration from the fantastical whims of electronic music and layering over an otherworldly effect, k?d's music becomes more of an experience than anything.
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K?d has delivered magic again, in his latest remix of Manila Killa & Satica's "Youth". Weaving his sound into the silkyness of Satica's vocals, k?d emphasizes a complex electronic sound. With it's incessant sidechain and bouldering drops of silence, k?d creates a kinetic flow within the track. Creating another blueprint to a sonic journey, k?d throws listeners into a deep work of enchanting synths, hard-hitting percussions and an intangible bliss.