December 1, 2023

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Hix & Kelli-Leigh Team Up For Uplifting Anthem “Oh No You Didn’t” [Casual Jam Records]

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Hix is regarded as one of the most exciting DJs around, known for his blistering high-energy club sets and massive festival performances. He has DJ’d on stage with some of the biggest names in the world, having supported David Guetta, Tiesto, Martin Garrix and many more. He’s signed a major label deal with Warner Records and his music has been backed by the biggest radio stations in the UK and Ireland, including BBC Radio 1, Capital Dance, Capital, KISS and many more. A highly-respected radio presenter in his own right, Hix also hosts The Evening Show on Northern Ireland’s biggest station, COOL FM, showcasing the hottest and freshest dance music around.

Kelli-Leigh’s astonishing career includes over 500 million streams on Spotify, 2 UK numbers 1s and 3 UK Top 10 hits. Her unmistakable vocals feature on the club anthems, ‘More Than Friends’ (James Hype), ‘I Wanna Feel’ (Second City) and the Billboard dance chart and GRAMMY nominated number 1 ‘I Got U’ (Duke Dumont & Jax Jones). But it’s her work as a solo artist that Kelli-Leigh is being recognised and celebrated for now, garnering a loyal fanbase and huge support from Kiss FM, Radio 1, Virgin Radio DXB, Sirius XM & Gaydio. Also no stranger to the live scene, Kelli-Leigh has taken to the stage at many of the UK’s most iconic venues, including London’s O2 Academy and the Roundhouse, performing alongside huge names like Adele, Jessie J and Leona Lewis in the process.

It’s only fitting that these two immensely talented artists have now come together for what is an addictive, uplifting anthem, titled “Oh No You Didn’t,” that is sure to be rinsed for many years to come. Kelli-Leigh provides a powerful vocal performance while Hix provides layers of infectious piano and house elements. “Oh No You Didn’t” shows Hix and Kelli-Leigh at the top of their games with no signs of slowing down.



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