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Audio: Zulu 'The I.N.C.L.E.H' [EP + Mixtape]


We've been upping producer Zulu for some time for his African-rhythms-meet-London-club creations. He recently dropped The I.N.C.L.E.H. EP for Buraka Som Sistema's label Enchufada — we previously featured lead-single "Kwame" a few weeks ago. The full EP release is now up for stream, as well as an accompanying mixtape in which the young UK producer goes through past collaborations with TOYC and inspirations like Breach, whose songs "showed him the effect that these rhythms could have in a club and gave a solid direction for his first musical efforts." Listen to both below and buy Zulu's The I.N.C.L.E.H. EP, out now via Enchufada.

[H/T Enchufada]

TRACKLIST

Zulu - Black Eye

Woz - Poppin

TOYC & Zulu - Kalimba

Bassjackers - Klambu

DJ Gantman - Juke Dat Gurl

Geeneus & Ms Dynamite - Get Low

Zulu - Kwame

Zombie Disco Squad - Piano Man

Zulu - Kobe

L'vovo Derrango - Resista

Maya Jane Coles - You (Edu Imbernon Remix)

Breach - You Wont Find Love Again

Zulu - I.N.C.L.E.H.

Kode 9 - You Don't Wash

Brunks - Circus

TNGHT - Bugg'n

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