Kojaque combines with Biig Piig on new single ‘WOOF’.
The Irish artist recently joined Loyle Carner on his breathless, breathtaking UK tour, previewing material from his own incoming project. New album ‘PHANTOM OF THE AFTERS’ lands on October 27th, and a string of singles is burning a fresh path.
Out now, ‘WOOF’ is dosed in colour, Kojaque blending club tropes with his own larger-than-life songwriting. Joined by fellow Irish artist Biig Piig, the two use the song to explore the dynamic behind an argument – with neither side wanting to give way.
Karma Kid is on production, and it’s a fun, helter-skelter pop song that plays by its own defiant rules.
In Kojaque’s words, the song looks into “when you get to that pointless stage of an argument with someone where neither of you are communicating anymore: no one’s looking for a resolution. Karma Kid sent the beat during lockdown, and Biig Piig absolutely crushed it. She was one of the very first people I clicked with when I came to London, so I’m delighted we finally got to work together.”
Catch Kojaque on the road this Autumn, culminating in a show at London’s Islington Assembly Hall on December 1st.
Check out ‘WOOF’ below.