Kaytranada announces new album 99.9%, shares new single

Kaytranada announces new album 99.9%, shares new single

The album is due on May 6th, and features collaborations with Little Dragon, Craig David and more.

Having already collaborated with artists such as Vic Mensa (twice), released top-tier remixes for Chet Faker, Janet Jackson, Flume and Disclosure, and on top of this, performing at sold-out shows around the world, Kaytranada is now ready for world domination. The Canadian producer has just announced the details surrounding his long-awaited debut album, including the album's official artwork, the colab-heavy tracklist, and the newest single to come from the XL Recordings release. First off, the album is entitled 99.9% and is due on May 6th, with a tracklist sporting collaborations with Craig David, AlunaGeorge, GoldLink, BADBADNOTGOOD, Anderson .Paak, Syd from The Internet and Little Dragon.

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He's also released Bus Ride, a never before heard instrumental from the album, which sees Kaytranada layer a rolling percussion line with soft keys and deep bass to produce a blissed-out, groovy single reminiscent of work from Ta-Ku and even production work from J Dilla. Check out the single below, as well as the full tracklist for the album via a collection of short animated videos on his Facebook page HERE.

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