The rising producer and former model gets real about mental health, his entry into music and his most-loved club venues.
Singer-songwriter and producer 220 Kid grew up in the music business thanks to his manager dad, rubbing shoulders with industry elite and even heading into the studio with the Bee Gees as a kid. It comes as no surprise then that, as a producer, beats naturally flow from him.
Initially getting his break in the entertainment industry as a model for the likes of Vogue and GQ, he’s collaborated as a writer, DJ and producer with the likes of MNEK, Gorgon City and Maverick Sabre. This year he’s graced the charts with singles like “Don’t Need Love” and “Too Many Nights”, breaking through in the dance music world while clubs the world over remain shuttered.
While he’s still far from a dancefloor, 220 Kid is giving our VERO followers a tour through his favourite tracks, clubbing tips and inspirations to help them power through the last few weeks of the year.
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14 December 2020