Now that the molly craze has run its course, music-lovers are looking far and wide for a new fix. Not a moment too soon, Space Age Crew-affiliated R&B songstress Caitlyn Scarlett steps forward to fill that void with Jurassic Jukebox and Other Drugs, a debut EP as addictive as it is unconventional.
The 18-year-old North London repper's first project of any kind, the six-track set comes heralded by lead single "Bad Love," awarded an impressive four-star average rating when it hit our front page back in April. Scarlett is the sole vocalist on the EP, which is produced in full by fellow UK native Ayo Beatz.
Jurassic Jukebox is available for digital purchase at iTunes and free, full streaming right here in The DJBooth.
Written by richard on May 18, 2014
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