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Tony Njoku returns again with fierce new collaborative single ZORO and announcement of new EP

by Khyle Deen. Published Sat 16 Jan 2021 11:30

After releasing the lead single ‘Death By Dimitri’ (described as “the wonky love child of Travis Scott” – Jamz Supernova) Tony Njoku returns with fierce new hiphop collaborative single ‘ZORO’ out now, along with the announcement of new EP ‘KILLTONY’ out 12th Feb

Adopting more of that genre-bending aesthetic he is getting known for, ‘Zoro’ showcases the artist as one of the more diverse and adventurous artists working today. Taking influence from the trap-inspired hip-hop sound and combining it with a fresh and ethereal sound palette and production gives this new release a distinct and remarkable vision that sees him take his rich sound to a whole new level.

Speaking about the new single, Tony said, “This is a big, high octane, quick in and out track. Like a hot flash in the frying pan. It features a long guest rap verse by Zoro Jackson. A new direction for me for sure, though I’ve alluded to wanting to do rap collabs, so it’s a very welcomed change.”

Alongside his new material, the artist will also be accompanying the enigmatic Ghostpoet on his UK Spring tour next year. See below for the full list of live dates:

26th Feb - SWX, Bristol
27th Feb - Academy 2, Manchester
28th Feb - Rescue Rooms, Nottingham
5th March - EartH, London

Tony Njoku is a British-Nigerian electronic music producer and songwriter and in addition to his musical accolades Tony has played widely across Europe, supporting acts including Kokoko!, Gaika, Anna Von Hauswolff, Laura Misch, Puma Blue, IDER and Rival Consoles, appearing at key tastemaker festivals like Green Man, Simple Things, Sonic City and Gilles Peterson’s We Out Here.

His self-penned and produced songs have been described as ‘strikingly evocative soundscapes, managing to make even the shortest pop songs sound like epic adventures.’

With a sound that is both experimental and delicate, emotional and danceable – like a mad fusion of Sampha and Aphex Twin – Tony is a magnificently talented and versatile artist, performing solo with his unique mix of raw, vulnerable vocals and electronic mastery.



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