KUURO is miles beyond your cliché new act.
Rising duo KUURO have come back with a pounding new track featuring Spencer Ludwig. The catchy new track, “What U Wanna Do” is now out on Monstercat.
Opening with dreamy melodic elements, the track is adorned by lyrical mastery that will touch you, just the way the groovy tempo and bassline will. Crisp drums and a dynamic play of captivating hooks will surely make you get addicted to the track.
The track doesn’t sound anything close to cliché, as it brings out the creative elements of the duo’s mind which have shaped over 10 years of making music. Their cutting-edge musical displays have a strong affinity for bass music fans and an equally strong inclination to Asian cultures as well.
In October 2016 KUURO made a lasting impression on the vast Monstercat fanbase with their debut release “Aamon”, which was hailed by fans as one of the strongest debuts in label history and quickly hit the Spotify Viral 50 in four countries.
Their remix works have extended to music from the likes of artists like Galantis, Dillon Francis & NGHTMRE, What So Not & BURNS, and Boombox Cartel. Most recent remixes include Zedd’s “Get Low” with Liam Payne as the official remix for Zedd’s Echo Tour. KUURO’s music has reached far & wide and has received support from the likes of David Guetta, Afrojack, Knife Party, Dyro, MAKJ, Ephwurd, Metrik, Apashe, Diskord, and many others.
Serving all kinds of moods and tastes, the duo has managed to push their boundaries, producing music from everything between club bangers and laidback, moody tracks. The year-end is seeing incredible music from the revered Monstercat label and one more track joins the league. What do you think of this track? Leave your comments below. Download the track here.
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