Steve Aoki calls on grandson and Jasiah for his new collaborative effort “KULT.” Directed by cinematographer Ava Rikki, the song follows the trio as they become the interests of a bizarre underworld cult. The record is produced by The 87s, Gazzo, and Aoki himself, perfectly embodied by grandson’s infectious hook: “Maybe I should join a cult, at least they’ll tell me it’s not my fault.”
“’KULT’ is the first taste from my upcoming album and showcases some of the new and old sounds that have recently inspired me,” Aoki shares. He adds, “grandson and Jasiah have both been killing it recently, so I was excited to get them together on a track. The energy and lyrics capture a certain kind of feeling that will shake you to your core and possibly even persuade you to join the ‘KULT.’”
“KULT” arrives ahead of Steve Aoki’s forthcoming studio album, due later this year. The last full-length project we got from him was 2021’s 6OKI: Rave Royale, which also featured a star-studded line-up of artists. In the meantime, watch the visuals below.
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