DNMO let loose his future R&B single “Do It Better” (feat. Sub Urban and Ayelle) via Zeds Dead’s entity Deadbeats. Sensuality radiated from my speakers, roused by dark industrial instrumentals, spoken word, buttery synths and a no-frills kick.
At 16 years old, DNMO’s Aiden Morgan was named one of SoundCloud’s ‘Artists to Watch in 2018.’ Aiden guest mixed the Beats 1 (Apple Music) weekly radio program “Anna Lunoe presents: HYPERHOUSE” on January 19th. Currently, the English chap is earning a DJ & Electronic Music Production diploma at dBs Music Plymouth.
“I made this song called ‘Broken’ with my friend Sub Urban about a year ago, and me and my managers were talking about which labels to pitch it to,” said Morgan. “We saw Zeds Dead had just launched their new label Deadbeats and decided to hit them up about it. They signed that song, then asked me to remix something from their album, so I flipped ‘Neck and Neck,’ one of my favorite tunes on the record. After that, we saw things were doing really well, so they signed my new song ‘Hollywood,’ and I’m now on a 6-track deal with them.”