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Label: Paragon Records
Impact date: Out now
ROTD featured date: Wednesday 28 July 2021

We say

Let us introduce you to Dublin hip-hop/R&B producer and artist Carsten2X with this infectious lo-fi trap offering. Named after his Danish heritage with the 2X as a throwback to a previous moniker and his home, Dublin (ie. doublin’), the Dubai-born artist has been diligently working on his sound for a couple of years. Released today (28 July), Beaucoup is his debut offering co-produced with Chuks Chiejine (Brockhampton, Burna Boy) and mixed by Richard Furch (Tobi Lou, Frank Ocean, BJ the Chicago Kid). Exuding confidence and humour in equal measure, this bouncing cut opens with a warped guitar line before moving into its irresistible hook: "I need beaucoup/Real shit not that tofu/If I dont get it might go goku". Destined for R&B and laidback summer contextual playlists, the song is worthy of new release programming this Friday. Online support confirmed for the track comes from Beats Per Minute, Roadie Music, Indie Criollo and deathordesire, while the video will be premiered by Clash on 9 August. With more songs to come this year, Carsten2X is another Irish star to keep an eye on from the growing hip-hop scene in and around the capital.  


Label: Brian ScallyCiaran Conroy, Paragon Records
Publishing: Self-Published
National Radio: Nadine Pichler, Paragon Records
Regional Radio: Thomas Fitzhenry, Paragon Records
Online: Joly Checketts, Warmth
Press: Rachel Forde, Paragon Records
TV: Thomas Fitzhenry, Paragon Records
Synch: Eabha Mooney, Paragon Records
Live: Karina Hayes
Management: Milestone Management

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We are always looking for future hits and stars - signed and unsigned. To submit music for consideration please send an email with a link to one track and some info to Kevin Marston.

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