Suzi Analogue announces new mixtape, ‘ONEZ’, with Jlin, INVT, King Britt, more

Suzi Analogue announces new mixtape, ‘ONEZ’, with Jlin, INVT, King Britt, more

Suzi Analogue has announced a new mixtape, ‘ONEZ’. 

Slated for release 31st May, ‘ONEZ’ features appearances from King Britt, Jlin, NAPPYNAPPA, INVT, Blu, and JAIALAI. You can listen to ‘NICE 2 MEET U ft. Jlin’ and ‘Best 16 [BLU version] ft. Blu’ below. 

The mixtape is the follow-up to the Miami-based DJ and producer’s ‘Infinite Zonez’ compilation, which dropped via the Disciples imprint back in 2022. The new mixtape’s accompanying text explains that while ‘Infinite Zonez’ sought to document Suzi Analogue’s story up until that point, ‘ONEZ’ looks to the next stage in the artist’s evolution, pulling together brand new tracks, one-off collaborations, exclusive remixes, and special DJ edits. 

Back in 2022, the artist born Maya Shipman was appointed as Professor of Music at UNC-Chapel Hill. The position saw her teach courses in beatmaking, rap, and more, as well as lead the university’s Hip-Hop Ensemble as director.  

Late last year, TOKiMONSTA and Suzi Analogue re-released their collaborative mini-album from 2012, titled ‘Analogue Monsta: BOOM’. It marked the first time the release from the two US producers was available digitally and to a wider audience, having previously only been accessible through an exclusively limited-edition vinyl run.

Revisit Suzi Analogue’s 2021s contribution to DJ Mag’s Recognise series here, in which she delivered a genre-spanning hour of club music alongside an interview with writer Tajh Morris.

‘ONEZ’ will be available on vinyl and cassette as well as digitally. Pre-order it here. 

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