Charlotte De Witte Launches New Label ‘RPM By KNTXT’ To Shed A Light On Emerging Artists

Charlotte De Witte Launches New Label ‘RPM By KNTXT’ To Shed A Light On Emerging Artists

By Melody Siganporia – November 15, 2022 0

    Charlotte de Witte has had a smashing year and has been on quite a streak.

    In addition to her groundbreaking performance at Tomorrowland Belgium where she became the first woman to close out the mainstage, she also dropped a brand new EP titled ‘Apollo’ on her powerhouse label KNTXT.

    In her trailblazing efforts to grow her brand with the launch of a brand new sub label under KNTXT called ‘RPM’ in an effort to support and highlight burgeoning and upcoming artists. In the announcement on Instagram, the post explained, “RPM is a turbo-charged, digital-only sub-label of KNTXT that builds velocity around emerging talent and sounds. To meet the demand of the ever-evolving electronic music scene and increase the creative output of our KNTXT label, RPM should provide artists a more agile platform to release music. It aims to offer a flexible test circuit for producers both emerging or established, to experiment with contemporary sounds, free from the latency in vinyl production.”

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    While the label only launched days ago, the first release already dropped on November 11th in the form of the new EP Break Into Acid by Acid Asian. As reported by We Rave You, label boss Charlotte de Witte already showed her support by sharing a clip of her playing the title track at a recent performance.

    Sounds familiar?! New music from our new signee Acid Asian will get released on Friday on @KNTXTmusic RPM 😏🖖🏼

    — Charlotte de Witte (@CharlottedWitte) November 9, 2022

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    Follow meMelody SiganporiaContent Writer | EDM News & Editorials at T.H.E – Music EssentialsTechie by day, rager by night. Full-time Expert at Apple and part-time writer with multiple EDM publications based in the Big Apple. My interest in the dance music scene began about 10 years ago and there was no looking back from there. I got involved with it on a professional level in 2013-2014 when I joined the core team for a leading music festival in India. Managing the entire Digital Marketing piece for them in addition to the Public Relations aspect, helped me gain insights into the industry. Upon moving to NYC a few years after, I decided to combine my passion for the music along with my flare with words and began contributing to EDM publications as a freelance writer. Follow meLatest posts by Melody Siganporia (see all)

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