SLOWOLF, the ingenious creation of Scandinavian self-producing Andreas Asingh, teams up with two of the most promising UK urban artists and returns with his new EP 'Bounty' on May 26th.
'Overdose' is the first track from the EP and the Danish producer will be releasing one track each week leading up to the official EP release. The EP also includes some amazing features such as Wu Tang Clan's Raekwon and the UK's very own Benny Banks and Dream McLean.
Hailing from the icy north of Copenhagen, SLOWOLF's music has built a reputation around with the unique sound of futuristic hip-hop, bass music and catchy top lines melodies.
His previous single 'Dance Floor' featuring Raekwon was championed by the likes of MistaJam at BBC Radio1Xtra, XFM, Noisey, CLASH, iD and more.
SLOWOLF is still a new name in the game but he's already experienced the dizzy heights of a Danish iTunes Electronic Album chart #1, Pick of The Week on Danish National Radio.
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