Leftwing : Kody Team up With Raphi on Patrick Topping’s Trick Label

The UK underground tastemakers have made their debut on Trick with the anthemic single ‘Delirious’ featuring artist, songwriter, and DJ Raphi.

Leftwing : Kody’s ascension as one of the underground powerhouses is quite a story. Since coming together in 2012, the pair has formed a solid partnership thanks to their genre-bending music, which has now reached labels like Desolat, Relief, Moon Harbour, Sola, Toolroom, Solid Grooves, Truesoul, Sony, Circus Recordings and Lost, to name a few.

Marking yet another milestone in their dazzling discography, the UK underground tastemakers have now debuted on Patrick Topping’s Trick for a collaboration with singer-songwriter Raphi. The Lost Records bosses work with Cyrpus-born, London-raised artist Raphi, who has written and recorded with heavyweights from label head Patrick Topping to Laidback Luke, on the sure-fire smash single ‘Delirious.’

Teaming up with Raphi for ‘Delirious’ has been wicked. We have worked with her on numerous projects but once we heard the vocal sample that we wanted to use on this record, we just knew we had to get her involved. After a great session, we cooked up some fresh lyrics to work with the sample, and we had the perfect vibe. Now, it’s ready to drop on Trick, which is a label we have been targeting for a while. We can’t wait for everyone to enjoy it over the summer!” said Leftwing : Kody.

Between them, the trio cooks up ‘Delirious,’ an electrifying cut fusing turbocharged and retro synth stabs, an impassioned vocal from Raphi and raw drums that never let up. It’s proper peak-time perfection that will get hands in the air and unite festival and club crowds all summer and beyond.

Leftwing : Kody & Raphi ‘Delirious’ is now out to stream!

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