London based production trio Jaded have unveiled their latest single ‘Move It’, an up-beat dance anthem which utilizes a combination of their electronic, urban and garage origins.

With a pumping bassline and heavy hitting beats, ‘Move It’  fuses electro-synth tones with Jaded’s slick vocals forming a dynamic hit sure to dominate airplay this summer. The animated dance production follows the success of Jaded’s recent single ‘Slippin’, released on revered dance icon Don Diablo’s Hexagon label. A huge collaboration with Black Caviar and Antony & Cleopatra, ‘Slippin’ garnered widespread global support from heavyweight tastemakers Diplo, Oliver Heldens, Jonas Blue and Lumberjack.

With a total of 65 million streams to date, Jaded have cemented their reputation as one of the UK’s most diverse artists and gained global recognition with huge releases ‘Pancake’ and ‘In The Morning’ which secured radio playlists across BBC Radio 1, KISS FM and Kiss Fresh.

Since releasing their UK garage EP ‘Big Round & Juicy’ on Black Butter Records in 2015, Jaded’s musical style infusing their international backgrounds with the sounds of London’s underground dance music scene to create a contemporary, vibrant style that is fast becoming Jaded’s signature sound. From their origins on Black Butter and Dirty Bird Records, to their present-day international collaborations Jaded’s bouncy, house inspired beats and international narrative make them a unique entity in pop culture.

Boasting an impressive back catalogue of authentic productions, Jaded have released music on esteemed labels Black Butter Records, Dirty Bird, Hexagon and Spinnin’. Proving themselves as quality remixers, the trio have remixed for the likes of The Vamps, Maggie Lindemann, Avicii, Rita Ora and were requested to remix The Beatles’ band member Paul McCartney’s single ‘Hope For The Future’.With ‘Move It’ set for release on Friday 10th May via Spinnin’ Deep, marking another exciting production by industry’s most diverse producers and is sure to cement a spot as this summer’s huge summer hit.

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