New Music

Kah-Lo And UK Duo Billen Ted Release Effortless House Track “People Ain’t Dancing”

House heads will love Billen Ted and Kah-Lo‘s new deep and groovy house jam, “People Ain’t Dancing”, out now.

The track is chill but danceable and has an element of cool perfect for a New York City afterparty. Kah-Lo‘s vocals add an effortless feel that perfectly compliments the deep bassline. The pair previously collaborated for Billen Ted’s remix of Kah-Lo’s single “Drag Me Out” earlier this year.

Kah-Lo first emerged on the scene in 2016 with guest vocals on UK producer Riton’s “Rinse & Repeat,” which earned a Grammy nomination. Since then, Kah-Lo has collaborated with the likes of Idris Elba, Selena Gomez, Diplo, and Michael Brun, and released her solo debut EP The Arrival.

This track is UK duo Billen Ted’s third single release of 2022 and follows “Come Around Again”, a collaboration with the legendary Armand Van Helden that has reached 10 million Spotify listens.

Listen to “People Ain’t Dancing” below:

Featured image provided by Infamous PR

Written by
Danielle Levy

Danielle Levy is an MBA with a concentration in Corporate Social Responsibility. Danielle has several years of experience in the sustainability education world and has held various positions in human resources and intern management. Danielle is passionate about the ties between sustainability and social impact.

Related Articles

New Music

Nostalgix And Rico Nasty Collab To Bring You The Dynamic Track “WAR”

In an electrifying collaboration, bass house maven Nostalgix is making her highly...

New Music

GORDO & Adriatique Join Forces in “With You” For A Fusion Of Sounds

In the realm of electronic music, evolution is the key to innovation....

New Music

VNSSA Unleashes “One Pill”: A Dancefloor Phenomenon Born at Ultra Music Festival

Hailing from Los Angeles, house music queen VNSSA always understands the assignment...

New Music

Super Future Unveils ‘Crimson,’ A Dynamic EP And A Bass-Infused Story

Embark on an electrifying musical voyage as Super Future takes enthusiasts on...