New York producer Aire Atlantica takes his organic electronic sound to new heights on a brand new single. Titled “Cut You Off”, it’s a gritty production with a looming low-end featuring powerful vocals from frequent collaborator KOLE. The track comes on the heels of “Things I Hate About U” which “envelops you and begins to take hold over every part of your body” as described by Beautiful Buzzz and has already topped 200,000 streams.
Aire Atlantica explains, “‘Cut You Off’ is one of many songs I’ve written with Nicole – we met at the beginning of the year when I moved to LA and we immediately connected as friends and frequent collaborators. We share a ton of similar creative energy and drive which helped bring this song to life. ‘Cut You Off’ has grown so much since we wrote the original early ideas together (along with X&G and Kwon as well) and I’m so excited to get this one out!!!”
As for KOLE, she shares a similar sentiment: “Joe and I have created quite a few songs together, and “Cut You Off” is one of my absolute favorites. The perspective of the song is one that I completely back as a woman in music, and I am so thrilled that Joe chooses to feature strong female writers in his releases. Can’t wait to share this one – it’s always extra special to share music made with friends!”.
Originally a dance-oriented producer who release music via Afrojack’s Wall, Steve Aoki’s Dim Mak, and Spinnin’ Records, Aire Atlantica has arrived at a sound true to his tastes that fuses pop, hip-hop, and electronic sensibilities. With official remixes for Billie Eilish, Ashe, and K. Flay under his belt, he’s also found exponential success with his solo releases as multiple singles have hit #1 on the HypeM popular chart and led to millions of collective streams.
As for KOLE, she’s a Los Angeles born artist producer, multi-instrumentalist, and vocalist educated at UCLA’s Herb Alpert School of Music. Her debut single “Wildflower” was met with acclaim to the tune of over 200,000 streams and serves as a tantalizing precursor to her second solo release, “Let It Burn”.