English electro singer-producer Butterjack debuted his euphoric new single, “Hot Sauce” on January 15th. The single premiered exclusively through Atwood Magazine.


Since re-emerging into the music scene under his new moniker Butterjack in 2017, Northwest England singer-producer Aiden Grimshaw aka Butterjack has intrigued music enthusiast with his rhythmic, melodic beats and soothing vocals. The funky, electronic instrumentation heard on “Hot Sauce” is a harmonious arrangement perfect for the dance floor.

“Hot Sauce” premiered exclusively through Atwood Magazine. “A love song with a bite, Butterjack’s “Hot Sauce” is simple, seductive, and sexy: A catchy, feelgood indulgence of ecstasy and euphoria.”

Atwood Magazine adds,“This one goes out to the lovers of all things hot n’ spicy: Whether you’re a Tabasco, Cholula or Tapatío loyalist, or one of those folks who puts Sriracha on every meal, Butterjack’s catchy song “Hot Sauce” puts a fiery new spin on love and lust that excites the mind and quenches the taste buds.”

The rising musical prospect has been recognized by other leading music outlets like Clash and Spindle Magazine. Clash writes, “Butterjack hails from the North of England, a young talent completely immersed in music.”

“Hot Sauce” is comparable to his single, “Good Girls” which premiered with Dummy Mag last year. In 2019, intends to spread his synth-pop feels throughout Europe and North America. When asked about the track Butterjack says, “For me, it reminds me of that feeling you get when you meet somebody for the first time, that electric like ‘woah!’ but with that real good feeling after. And I’ve now got a song out called Hot Sauce!”

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