lunes, 14 de septiembre de 2015


Errol Thompson, better known as The Kemist, is a Jamaican-American Deejay, Producer, recording artist and songwriter. His music is a mix of wide range of genres which incorporates elements from Reggae, Dancehall, Trap, Hip Hop, Dubstep, Hardstyle and Moombahton music.


Producer / Songwriter

The Kemist began his music career as a member of the production duo Black Lion. In February 2013 Black Lion produced Nyanda's 1st promotional single "Trouble", which is a Dancehall remix of Taylor Swift's multi-platinum single "I Knew You Were Trouble" which fuses Reggae, Dancehall and Pop music. Co-written by The Kemist, "Trouble" entered UK Music Week's Top 30 Urban Club Charts in Week 7 (2013) and remained in the charts for 7 Weeks, peaking at #15.

Nyanda's 1st official single, "Slippery When Wet", was produced by Black Lion and co-written by The Kemist. "Slippery When Wet" entered UK Music Week's Top 30 Urban Club Charts in Week 27 (2013) and remained in the Top 30 for 5 weeks, peaking at #13. "Slippery When Wet" Won the Award for Best Reggae Song at the 2014 Lipstick Radio's Indie Music Awards.

DJ / Artist

The Kemist's 1st release as a vocalist was Assets, a collaboration with Yellow Claw and Tropkillaz.[13] Released on Diplo's label, Mad Decent, Assets is "a track that twists its vocals in a way that winds through the most bass-hungry, whimsical quarter of your imagination."

Mad Decent premiered The Kemist's 1st Mixtape, Party Animals on December 10, 2014. "The mix itself is truly indicative of the The Kemist and Tropic Electric’s unique sound; a fusion of the classic Caribbean genres of Reggae and Dancehall with Electronic music. It’s high-energy, big drops, heavy bass lines and seamless transitions between tracks of varying tempos bare strong resemblance to his counterparts DJ Fresh and Major Lazer."

February 2, 2015 marked the official release of The Kemist's single FIRED UP alongside LNY TNZ and Ruthless. The song was 1st played at Tomorrowland 2014 by Dj Carnage and went straight to #1 on Beatports Hard Dance chart during its 1st week of release. The song contains "huge kicks and melodies topped off with super catchy vocals" and "powerful lyrics"[18] by The Kemist.

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