JARAMI RELEASES VIDEO FOR NEW TRACK “COLD BLOODED” STARRING ICKY & STICKY
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[New York, NY – October 10, 2018] Today, Swedish producer duo Jarami releases the video to their new track, “Cold Blooded” via RCA Records. The track was selected as a Zane Lowe World Record last week and today the animated video features Jarami super fans Icky & Sticky that promote the duo across the globe. Click HERE to watch.
“Cold Blooded” is both written and produced by Jarami and follows the duo’s release of their 2017 Sketches EP, which was met with great critical praise upon release. FADER described the EP as, “four funk-laced instrumentals perfect for riding around in warm weather with the windows down” while Complex explained, “Jarami [has a] gift for laid-back, colourful grooves filled with detail…” Highsnobiety included them in their “Highsnobiety Music’s Class of 2018: 10 Artists to Watch” list and said “Fans of disco funk-laced electro, take note: these guys will spend 2018 producing your party playlists for you.”
Watch the “Cold Blooded” video below and keep an eye out for more music from Jarami coming soon.
Watch “Cold Blooded”: http://smarturl.it/Jarami_ColdBlooded/youtube
Buy/Stream “Cold Blooded”: http://smarturl.it/Jarami_ColdBlooded
Jarami is Swedish producer duo Jacob Olofsson and Rami Dawod, who connected in the Stockholm jazz scene some 8 years ago. They have been making their own blend of soul, house and electronic infused music since 2015, when they decided to brand themselves as Jarami, which stands for a combination of both Jacob and Rami’s first names.
Since their emergence as Jarami, they have produced various hits including Frank Ocean’s “Chanel”, Camila Cabello’s “Never Be The Same” and most recently co-wrote and co-produced Silk City’s “Electricity” with Dua Lipa.
In addition to their producer accolades, they released their solo debut EP, Sketches in 2017. The EP received praise from various outlets including HYPEBEAST, Highsnobiety, Complex, FADER, and many more.
Unlike many producer duos, Jarami solely create all of their music, visuals and artwork on their own. They write, sing and perform their music, fusing unlikely sounds to create their own unique production palette that does not confine them to just one genre, making them a standout act to watch.