Bronx-based artist Jasmine Infiniti this week announced the upcoming release of her ‘Prove It’ EP. It will be released on December 11 via LA-based label Molly House Records that aims to spotlight queer artists of colour.
‘Prove It’ comprises two original tracks, the title track and single ‘Stunna’ featuring Sir JoQ, which was released this week. It also features remixes by Violet, Buzzi and Bapari.
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‘Stunna’, released this week, is a stomping hardstyle techno track that pays homage to queer nightlife spaces and ballroom culture. Bay Area voguer and vocalist Sir JoQ provides galvanising chants over the top of squelching bass and driving rhythms.
Earlier this year, Jasmine Infiniti self-released her LP ‘Bxtch Släp’, and curated a compilation of releases from artists in her New World Dysorder collective.
Listen to ‘Stunna’ below.
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