Gorgon City team up with musical legend Wyclef Jean on ‘Zoom Zoom’. The vibrant video brings an explosion of colour and multi-layered vision mixing to old rave videos, creating a visual celebration of carnival and Haitian dance culture with a UK flare. Watch HERE

‘Zoom Zoom’ is an instantly catchy and insanely addictive hit of classic bass-driven house-pop, which provides the perfect vessel for Wylcef’s iconic and famously unique vocal. On working with the highly influential rapper, the boys say – “Working with Wyclef was amazing, after growing up on his and the fugees’ music it was pretty surreal… He is extremely talented and has insane ideas, we’ll never forget it!”

Watch back Gorgon City and Wyclef Jean discuss the making of ‘Zoom Zoom’and how the collaboration came about, in their ‘Kingdom Conversations’ piece HERE

The track has been blowing up in clubs across the country and resorts and has created a buzz across specialist with support from Skream, Annie Nightingale, Danny Howard, MistaJam resulting in a #1 on the Cool Cuts chart.

Check out the Preditah remix HERE

Gorgon City’s  ‘Kingdom’ project has already included Radio 1 smash ‘All Four Walls’ alongside club tracks ‘Doubts’, ‘Blue Parrot’, ‘Smoke’ and ‘Impaired Vision’.

Currently hosting a residency at AMNESIA in Ibiza, Gorgon City have spent the summer playing countless festivals across the globe, after a triumphant co-headline tour of the US with Rudimental.  At the end of August they will curate their own ‘Kingdom’ stage at SW4 festival in London with a lineup that already includes Redlight, Pete Tong, Shadow Child and Kidnap Kid amongst others. Also, they just announced to play live at Manchester Warehouse Project 13th October with some really exciting special guests.

All in preparation for their own long awaited return to UK shores for their biggest headline tour to date. Kicking off in Glasgow on the 12th October, Gorgon City will hit London’s legendary Brixton Academy on the 21st for a massive homecoming show.


12/10                   O2 ABC, Glasgow

14/10                   02 Academy 1, Liverpool

15/10                   The Nick Rayns LCR – UEA, Norwich

18/10                   O2 Academy, Newcastle

20/10                   Rock City, Nottingham

21/10                   O2 Brixton Academy, London

22/10                   O2 Institute 1, Birmingham


Tickets are on sale on Friday 29th July.



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About RJ Frometa

Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

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