Kinzoogianna drops galvanizing track ‘Cherry Devoy’ with lush dance video

Street-smart and wired for sound, Cherry Devoy embodies the London club scene of the 80s, a high-energy brew of hip hop, house, and electro that's guaranteed to get the party started.
10 June 2024
Photo by Anna Stubbs Keyzz

Kinzoogianna, the mastermind behind the groundbreaking Nu Jazz and Broken Beat band Brotherly, has unleashed her latest sonic adventure with the release of Cherry Devoy. This track serves as the debut single from her upcoming second album, The Clique of ’86, slated for an early 2025 launch.

Street-smart and wired for sound, Cherry Devoy embodies the London club scene of the 80s, a high-energy brew of hip hop, house, and electro that’s guaranteed to get the party started. Prepare to be electrified: Jutsu’s dynamite dance moves in the accompanying video exponentially amplify the excitement of this infectious release.

Photo by Anna Stubbs Keyzz

Capturing the essence of British subculture, Kinzoogianna infuses her music with Essex heart and a dashes of English humor. Set against a backdrop of programmed drums and synth bass, her powerhouse vocals and dancefloor-ready tempos create a sonic landscape brimming with boogie, hip hop, electro, broken beat, jazztronica, funk, and soul disco vibes.

Prior to Cherry Devoy, Kinzoogianna made waves with her debut album, Gold For The Hungry Souls, a soul-stirring collection that showcases her prowess as a vocalist, songwriter, keyboard player, and producer. 

Teaming up with top talent like Rob Mullarkey and Richard Spaven, she constructed an album that sleekly fuses jazz nuance with hooks that stick. As Kinzoogianna puts the finishing touches on The Clique of ’86, music enthusiasts are holding their collective breath in anticipation of another boundary-pushing masterpiece from this visionary artist.

With Cherry Devoy leading the charge, listeners can expect nothing short of sonic brilliance from this visionary artist.

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