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5 Indie Artists Kaytranada Needs To Collab With Right Now

Producer Kaytranada creates so many sounds that fit with so many different from funky-sounding synths, electronic sounds, vintage house sounds, along with disco to club-like records. Kaytranada's productions are danceable yet off-balance. Every song is a groove when Kaytranada's on the production. He's worked with talented artists like Pharrell Williams, Masego, Thundercat & recently dropped a collaboration album with IDK. With that being said, here are 5 indie artists we'd love to see work one on one with Kaytranada.

1. Iniko

Their lyrics speak to your soul throughout every track. Iniko gives us music that reminds you to be aware, thankful, and open to receiving from higher powers. It's refreshing to have the enlightened confidence Iniko exudes through their music. Iniko gained popularity through Tik Tok a couple of months back for their track The King's Affirmations, which is full of positive sayings to encourage listeners and Iniko's self-development in this world. Iniko's bold vows would fit perfectly with a calm Kaytranada production.

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DJ TAA TUU SWÉ and Kaytranada collaborating on an instrumental or mix would be breathtaking. SWÉ's mixes and instrumentals can check off many genres across the board. His sounds will take you back to those original Chicago House roots but will keep you up to date with vocals from popular songs. You can find Vaporwave, Ballroom, and R&B inspirations throughout his discography. In his edit of Janet Jackson's Go Deeper, gives a perfect example of all the genres TAA TUU SWÉ uses in just one track. There would many more sounds to be discovered with a production featuring him and Kaytranada.

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3. Tennishu

From Jazz to Funk, Tennishu's lyrics and productions will reel you in quickly. He's already mastered playing live instruments like the Saxophone and Trumpet which just add to his flavor. It's interesting to hear a more lyrical/rapping approach to liv