Drum & bass producer Wilkinson released his newest single “Need To Know” off his forthcoming debut album via RAM Records today. The West Londoner has received praise from BBC Radio 1’s Annie Mac and Zane Lowe over the past month for the bubbling melodic tune, now available to download along with “Direction.” Known for creating tracks that fall somewhere between smooth musical drum & bass and hard-hitting dance-floor drum & bass, Wilkinson creates a harmonious build with guitar chords and kick drums on “Need To Know.” Iman’s matching vocals are layered over-top the soothing line to form rhythmic track seeping with emotion. Click below the break to listen to the tracks, both out today.
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