Cutesy Japanese-inspired lullabies collide with unexpected samples and classic four-on-the-floor bass house Ibranovski's charming “Kawaii.” “Kawaii” arrives following Ibranovski’s recent Dim Mak debut single “Mi Eye,” off the back of a phenomenal 2019, which saw the Dutch producer play a series of life-changing shows in Japan.
“I toured Japan for the first time last year, where I was overwhelmed by the kindness and love people share there everyday,” states Ibranovski. Inspired by the local culture and his powerful interactions with Japanese fans, he decided to pen a love letter to Japan in the form of “Kawaii.” “I wanted to translate this experience in this record where I manifest the Kawaii culture in a pleasant way…” It's also a song about purity and innocence, representing inspirational figures in our lives. “I think about great people while listening to this song,” Ibranovski adds.
Boasting support from names such as Afrojack