Flava D and Paige Eliza have dropped a new collaborative single on Jaguar’s UTOPIA label. Check it out below.
Out now, ‘Miss Dopamine’ is a queer UKG anthem dedicated to "girls who fall in love with girls + anyone who’s fallen in love this summer", and features Paige Eliza's smooth vocals on top Flava D's signature rolling bass and beats.
The track is the latest to be released via UTOPIA, a label, club night and podcast founded by the BBC Radio 1 DJ, broadcaster and curator, Jaguar.
Originally launched as a club night in 2020, the UTOPIA brand expanded to become a record label back in March. The news was accompanied with the release of ‘Can't Grumble' by Van Damn which marked the label’s debut.
Speaking on the UTOPIA project, Jaguar described it as “a perfect moment”, and a label founded on “togetherness” and “community”.
“I am creating, so that we can all live here, dance around to sick music, and lift each other up. This year we became a record label, which felt like the missing piece of the puzzle. UTOPIA is all about connecting emerging artists, music lovers and inspiring others, and I’ve really felt the love on the tunes we’ve put out this year.” She said. “Each release is completely different, but they all are fun club-tracks with a twinkle in their eye.”
Last June, Jaguar returned to release the third season of her weekly UTOPIA Talks podcast, featuring guests such as Helèna Star, Pretty Girl, TSHA, DJ Seinfield, Sim0ne and more.
Listen to the new track ‘Miss Dopamine’ by Flava D and Paige Eliza below.