After being named one of Billboard Dance’s Artists to Watch In 2016 and the following through with a massively successful year, Unlike Pluto has announced he’ll be blasting off on his North American ‘Everything Black’ tour in March.
Traversing the content on the 23-date, two month run, the Atlanta-born music-maker will headline shows in Los Angeles, Denver, San Francisco, Toronto and Chicago amongst others. Unlike Pluto will weave together his abilities as both a producer and a songwriter into his DJ sets, touting the bass-fueled beats that have skyrocketed him to the top of the dance community.
The producer releases his latest single “Worst In Me” on February 8th via Trap Nation’s label Lowly Palace. The instrumentally-driven, slow-churning groove is anchored by his own saucy vocals belting out a breakup, exemplifying Unlike Pluto’s penchant for composing crossover records that work equally well on festival stages and radio airwaves alike.
In addition to the release of “Worst In Me,” Unlike Pluto’s next few weeks are jam packed with new music. On February 14th he releases a spectacular cover of TLC’s “No Scrubs;” on February 21st he launches “Sweet;” and on March 3rd his next smash, “Everything Black” will start taking over the world.