Kenya’s leading talent NURII has been rapidly climbing the Dance music ladder since he exploded onto the scene. The studio wizard ended 2015 in style with the release of his official remix of House legend Robbie Rivera’s track ‘Move Your Ass’, which was released on his Juicy Music label, an opportunity many can only dream of. Continuing his success into 2016 has seen NURII release huge hits such as: ‘Big Bounce EP’, ‘Simba’, ‘You & I’ and ‘Echo’, securing his place as one of the world’s most promising new artists.
Finding time in between his hectic studio sessions has allowed NURII to create and nurture his very own radio show, which has become on of the most popular and sought after shows on the planet. He is also the man behind his very own music blog, designed to share his vast amount of knowledge and help fellow producers to further their own skills, a topic that the multi-talented artist feels strongly about.
Up next is ‘Alpha’ and once again NURII has not disappointed. Filled with a deep, soulful, chopped vocal and a lush pad, the breakdown sets the scene for the rest of the track. The filthy Bass House vibe is introduced in the build before the full force of the kick and bass is unleashed onto the dance floor, sure to send any club into a state of chaos. The energy levels are pulled back for the second breakdown before the productions builds towards the final drop, a killer hit for any DJ set.
Italian DJ and Producer Dario Synth jumped at the chance to add ‘Alpha’ to the release catalogue of his very own label Full Stop Records, which sees NURII join the label’s evergrowing roster, including emerging talents like: Crypto, Mark Hendix, Chess, Simon Dekkers and Matt3w & Sideone. 2016 is already shaping to be quiet a year for NURII who’s rise to the top of the EDM scene shows no sign of slowing down.
Check out ‘Alpha’ on Soundcloud
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