Dot Rotten's new single, Are You Not Entertained, will be released on March 5th. It follows on from his successful last single, Keep It On A Low, which was released in November 2011 and received positive reviews from critics.
The video for Are You Not Entertained sees Dot standing in a warehouse with flashing lights.
Dot has already received massive support from radio DJs such as Mistajam, Tim Westwood, Zane Lowe and Nihal. Summer 2011 saw the release online
of the 'Above The Waves' EP.
Dot has already worked with Griminal, Ghetts, Maxsta, P Money, Tinie Tempah and Wiley. Brought up learning in the studio from reggae masters like Maxi Priest and Phillip Levy gave Dot a very different take on production which gives his output a more fully realized quality than most.
In October 2011, Dot appeared on the new Children In Need record 'Teardrop'. As part of The Collective, a group of some of the biggest UK acts around, Dot appeared alongside N-Dubz's Tulisa Contostavlos, Chipmunk, Ed Sheeran, Ms. Dynamite, Mz Bratt, Rizzle Kicks, Tinchy Stryder & Wretch 32. It was one of the most successful and high profile records of the year. In December 2011, he supported Dappy - also from N-Dubz - on his UK tour.
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