SOUNDCLOUD WRAP: Saint

Saint

SAINT has been blowing up the electronic music circuit since releasing ‘Saki Bomb‘, which features Cakes Da Killa. We love the track and have been following his updates intently ever since.

Things has since been looking up for him with a guest mix appearance on BBC Radio 1 just over the weekends and his new hip-gyrating creation ‘Immaculate’ which has garnered a heck load of interest in the Purple Sneakers office. We took Saint off his keys for five minutes to name drop some of the music that he has been tripping on while designing ‘Immaculate’.

JUNGLEPUSSY ‘Fuck Texting’

“One of my favorites off her spectacular debut ‘Satisfaction Guaranteed’. Besides her amazing music, JP is also about being smart, looking sexy, and loving yourself. I fully endorse.”

TINASHE ‘2 On’ (UNIIQU3 Remix)

“My girl Uniiqu3 aside from dropping crazy verses and guest vocals, is an amazing producer and leading figure in the thriving Jersey Club scene.”

FEI-FEI ‘Dab City’

“Fei-Fei is one of the most diverse producers in the scene today. From Trance, to Dubstep, Future bass and more, there is not one genre she hasn’t touched and thrived in. This is my favorite off her All Day I Dream EP.”

LEAF ‘Time’ (feat. IamSu!)

“Leaf is amazing. Obsessed with her voice, and she has bars to match. This cut is pristine, and features a guest verse from HBK member IamSu.”

K-RIZZ ‘Salbahe’

“Tagalog reggaeton banger from K-Rizz. Infectious and true to it’s title.”

REID SPEED & TIGHT TRAXX ‘Pop It’

“Reid Speed is legendary. This 100 BPM banger always goes down well in sets.”

MUNCHI ‘Sucia Anthem’ ft. Ma-Less

“Ma-Less provides an extremely catchy vocal treatment on this track with Munchi. She’s also a talented DJ and producer, and leader in her scene in Miami.”

PRINCESS NOKIA ‘Dragons’

“Gorgeous cut from her full-length debut Metallic Butterfly. Her voice soars over this amazing D&B-tinged beat.” 

Words by Darren Ng

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SAINT ‘SAKI BOMB’ FT. CAKES DA KILLA

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