Charlotte de Witte launches new sub label for rising artists below KNTXT model
Charlotte de Witte has determined to proceed to develop her unimaginable model, KNTXT, whereas trying to concentrate on rising artists with the launch of a model new sub label. The announcement comes amidst an enormous 12 months for the trance star who earlier made historical past as the primary lady to shut out the main stage at Tomorrowland whereas releasing two unimaginable EP’s of music all year long.
Whereas such huge success and breaking down of boundaries would little doubt earn de Witte the correct to concentrate on her profession and success for a bit, she has as an alternative determined to develop her unimaginable KNTXT model and convey a bigger highlight to new and rising artists. With the announcement of the brand new enterprise, the label launched this brief assertion relating to the aim and purpose of the launch:
“We’re proud to launch RPM by KNTXT A turbo-charged digital-only sub label of KNTXT that builds velocity round rising expertise and sounds. A quick circuit designed for revolutions at any minute. RPM for BPM”
Whereas the announcement of RPM was simply made public on November seventh, the primary artist and launch has already been introduced. Hitting streaming companies on November eleventh, would be the new EP, Break Into Acid, by Sao Paulo producer Acid Asian. Displaying her full dedication to each the label and the music signed to it, Charlotte de Witte even shared a clip of her taking part in the title observe at a recent performance. With this simply being the beginning of the brand new enterprise, there isn’t a doubt that de Witte shall be trying to rigorously curate and construct up the RPM model with the identical dedication and fervour which she has given to KNTXT and its artists through the years. You’ll want to try RPM’s first launch, Break Into Acid, from Acid Asian when it drops this Friday, November eleventh and congrats to Charlotte de Witte on one other enormous accomplishment.
— Charlotte de Witte (@CharlottedWitte) November 7, 2022
Picture Credit score: Tomorrowland