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MDNT share their debut single “Kanye Loves Kanye”

When you hear that an Owl, a Fox and a Cat walked into a room together, you’d probably think it’s the start of a bad joke; but in the case of DJ/Producer trio MDNT, this is where their musical journey began. Brought together through a shared love for all things nocturnal; MDNT make music for the star-gazers, the party-goers, the insomniacs, the skateboarders, the gamers and everyone in between, collectively known as The Creatures of the Night.

“When the 9 to 5 is going to sleep, we are just waking up.”

Heavily influenced by pop culture, hip hop and fashion, MDNT set out to create timeless, tongue-in-cheek anthems that resonate with the youth of today.

Their introductory offering, Kanye Loves Kanye aims to promote self-empowerment, self-love and love for others and is an ode to one of their favourite artists Kanye West, who they believe epitomises self-honesty, self-worth and self-belief. Featuring Artists are Rose Villain & Sixpm. Rose Villain Originally from Milan but based in New York, grew up listening to the legends of rock such as Nirvana, Led Zeppelin, but was soon drawn to hip hop and especially Kanye West, whom she cites as a major influence on her music, which ties perfectly into this collaboration with MDNT.

Now MDNT are ready for you with their new single and music video “Kanye Loves Kanye” that are both released today on Island Records. Watch here

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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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