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Name UL August Update

Name UL August Update

New Single - Out Now

My first song of the year came up today! The track is called Winter and really harnesses a new sound that I’ve been working on for quite a while with my best friend and collaborator Heist Beats, I think it perfectly captures my Winter in Wellington. Entirely produced by us ans made in the homes we grew up in, this one feels super organic. Check it out bellow:


Apple Music



Name UL x Earth Agency

Secondly, I am genuinely over the moon to announce I have recently signed to Earth Agency based in London. Incredibly honoured to be joining such an incredible roster with artists I admire such as Skepta, Wiley, JME, Moderat and many many more.

Check out our artist profile here:

S E A B S Beats 1 Radio

If you listen to Vince Staples most recent S E A B S show on
Beats 1 Radio you'll hear my new song Winter,
1hr52mins to be exact.

Listen Here:

Mac Miller support

The last little bit of news I want to share is that my teenage dream is actually going to come true next month when I open for one of my major influences and idols Mac Miller. The show will take place in Auckland at the Logan Campbell Centre, put on by a festival I had the privilege of performing at last year Rhythm and Vines.


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