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Blaze Kidd Shares Strobe-Lit Video For Searing Dembow Anthem "Icnorante"

The track was produced by Kamixlo and Uli-Q, both members of London's Bala Club along with the vocalist.

by Alexander Iadarola
Oct 27 2015, 9:10pm

Earlier this month, we debuted the Chilean-British producer Kamixlo's debut EP Demonico, which included a serious contender for single of the year in "Paleta." If you're as addicted to the young producer's bone-rattling sound as we are, today you're in luck, because he's served up something brand new. In a meeting of three Bala Club minds, he's joined forced with Uli-K to produce a new track for Blaze Kidd, whose crucial 2014 mixtape Exclusivo still stands as a scene-defining moment for the London crew.

"Icnorante" is a searing single, a highly-pressurized meeting of Blaze Kidd's defiant, rapidfire flow with an assertive dembow beat and spine-itching strings. The video is by Daniel Swan, who has previously worked with PC Music and RL Grime, and depicts the vocalist performing the track while rhythmically lit by a strobe in a near-pitch black room. It has a pleasantly sedating effect that perfectly offsets the highly agitated track—check it out above.

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