Danish producer COPP releases third single ‘Go Slow’


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The third single from up-and-coming Danish producer and DJ COPP was released on August 16th 2019 and is featured singer ABUT.


‘Go Slow’ is a seductive, tropical backdrop for the perfect day out in the sun. The bubbly electronic production is carried by ABUT’s soft and seducing vocal, contrasting with the hard hitting drums, creating a track that goes straight to the hips. The airy pop tune tells the story of love and lust, framing yet another great tune from COPP.


The release is COPP’s third single in three months, completing his debut releases this summer. He is currently in the studio working with several Scandinavian up-and-coming artists and is planning to release a set of new singles in the nearest future.









COPP Single Cover

Up-and-coming Danish producer and DJ, COPP, releases his second single ‘When I’m Sober’ today July 12th 2019 – only a month after the release of his debut single.


The new single is a melodic fusion of Future Bass and Trap, reminiscing of artists like ILLENIUM, Lost Kings and Gryffin. Featured on the single is Danish- New Zealand artist vnaru.


‘When I’m Sober’ is a story about broken love, regrets and an omen of the dangers of social media and how easy it is to get lost in the screen. The drunken Trap beat carries the story and climaxes in a hypnotic Future Bass drop, supporting vnaru’s raw and honest voice, mirroring the pain of the song.

COPP releases his third single next month.