Shift K3Y Takes It Back To ’90s Garage With “Beep Beep”: Idolator Premiere

Bianca Gracie | August 27, 2015 9:00 am

If you’ve been paying attention to music in 2015, it has become quite clear that the UK knows how to do dance and pop very well — and Shift K3y is one of the musicians on the ride! The London producer (whose real name is Lewis Shay Jankel) is releasing his latest single, “Beep Beep,” which we at Idolator are premiering today (August 27).

Written and produced by the 22-year-old, Big Mike and Mo, “Beep Beep” takes it back to that fun ’90s garage era — thanks to Shift K3Y’s cooing vocals gloss over the sparkling synths and deep bassline. Picture yourself backed in a corner of a sweaty underground club while looking into your lover’s eyes for this one!

“Beep Beep” is the fourth taste of Shift K3Y’s forthcoming Off The Record album. The song follows “Crying In My Sleep,” “2 Doors” and “Still Love You.” A new track will be released every 2 weeks until the project is complete, and you can click here to cop the latest songs from the LP via iTunes.

Take a to “Beep Beep” listen below.

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