NEW YORK BUSKING WAR BROUGHT TO LIFE FOR TOO MANY ZOOZ vs KDA VIDEO

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Too Many Zooz, NYC’s most popular subway buskers turned Beyoncé collaborators, have released a comic-inspired music video to accompany Warriors, their latest single with UK #1 record producer, KDA. Set in the deepest, darkest depths of the NYC subway, the video pays homage to Too Many Zooz and KDA as true kings of the underground.

The video showcases an intense sax-wielding duel between Too Many Zooz and a mysterious group of dancing villains who will not rest until KDA’s identity has been revealed. Brimming with comic illustrations and vibrant energy, the video stays true to the single’s fiery, dancefloor sensibility, marking yet another milestone in KDA’s and Too Many Zooz’ flourishing careers.

What started off as a KDA bootleg has now become a transatlantic collaboration. Released on Ministry Of Sound, Warriors was awarded Annie Mac’s hottest record in the world, and is supported by Danny Howard, Pete Tong and MistaJam, among many other.

Since guesting on Beyoncé’s ground-breaking album Lemonade, Too Many Zooz went on to perform with her at the 2017 CMA Awards. Made up of dancing sax wizard Leo P, the ferocious percussionist King of Sludge and nimble-fingered trumpeter Matt Doe, Too Many Zooz have catapulted from the vast New York busking scene into the international spotlight. Selling out shows in the blink of an eye across Europe and the US, 2018 is very much Too Many Zooz’ year.

KDA is a South London boy who has an equally impressive command of the commercial realm as he does the underground. He’s the name behind the UK#1, Gold certified single Turn the Music Louder featuring Katy B and Tinie Tempah, as well as Just Say with Tinashe and the socially conscious new underground dance single Hate Me. His first-hand experience of London’s underground club culture has cemented KDA as a highly regarded dance music authority. His DJ support is an endless list of equally varied tastemakers including the likes of Jackmaster, Seth Troxler, Black Madonna and Jamie Jones.

Bringing Too Many Zooz’ raw, untamed sound of the subway and KDA’s sleek and rhythmic dance music power, the Warriors music video shows musical domination against any hurdles thrown their way. With the help of their mobile instruments, and sheer performance skill, Too Many Zooz and KDA have come out fighting.