UK Producer Monro Calls On North Carolina's Jalen Santoy For Pulsing Single "Tongues"
Updated: Aug 10
Already making waves on both sides of the Atlantic with his talent, multi-faceted UK producer Monro unveils new heat in the form of his latest single Tongues with North Carolina’s finest Jalen Santoy.
Monro’s inspirations span a wide spectrum of sounds - drawing from Hip Hop, Rock, Pop and R&B to influence a refined ear for melody and a well-rounded pallet. His rap sheet is testament, with recent credits on tracks for Jhene Aiko and Rico Nasty, not to mention a slew of cuts on Sinead Harnett’s debut album Lessons In Love Seeping in synths, bass and deep pulsing rhythms, Tongues is bouncy and bold with dance flair, plus an unapologetic energy that evolves throughout the song, and is certainly ever present throughout his catalogue. Jalen’s infectious personality and wordplay lights up the track and is the befitting piece to Monro’s forward thinking concept.
Speaking on the new single, Monro shared: “Tongues is a really expressive record. I’m proud of it because you can’t compare it to anything - it has so many influences from so many different genres of music. Before anything I'm a fan of hip hop, so being able to merge a dance leaning track with hip hop whilst still keeping it unique and credible was the goal for me with this song.” Listen to Tongues below.