DJ S.K.T – Shoulda Let You Go

“A nice deep bassy stomper! Great vocals, and a sexy bumpy touch as always” Mizz Ruby

It’s been a crazy year for DJ & Producer S.K.T, with gigs all over the UK and Europe this summer.

He has already achieved a UK top 60 in the national charts independently via his label Up-Tempo records and a top 40 with his collaboration with Little Nikki “Right before my eyes” via Sony which received huge international support from DJs including MK, Amine Edge & Dance, Fredde Le Grand, Sam Divine, Steve Smart, Mistajam, DJ EZ & DJ Target to name a few.

Touted as the “go to guy” by majors looking for credible remixes, he has recently remixed the no 1 single by Oliver Heldens & Becky Hill – Gecko/Overdrive which was widely received and supported by Pete Tong, Annie Mac, Danny Howard, B Traits, DJ Target, DJ Cameo, Steve Smart and many more.

Forthcoming remixes include Wilkinson’s new single “Dirty Love” feat Talay Riley for Virgin/EMI and Becky Hill’s debut single “Caution to the wind” on FFRR/Parlophone.
His remix of “Nightcrawlers Vs DJ S.K.T – Push the feeling” has also just been signed to Ministry of Sound due for release later this year.

With guest mixes for BBC 1xtra and Kiss 100 already under his belt plus a headline gig at Ministry of Sound, DJ S.K.T drops his brand new track “Shoulda let you go”, a groovy bass driven track laced with lush, moody pitched down vocals, ideal for both radio and club.

Currently collaborating with a number of high profile artists, singers and songwriters on original material for his forthcoming album plus a new EP for 2015 already in the pipeline, there seems to be no stopping this young DJ & Producer from North London.



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