House Music Icon OFFAIAH Collaborates with UK Up-and-Comer Conor Grant on Perfect Havoc


London-based indie imprint, Perfect Havoc, builds on its impressive catalogue of crossover dance releases with a label debut from the consummate house music DJ/producer, OFFAIAH. ‘No Competition’ is an insatiable, vocal-led house cut using elements of the Salsoul classic ‘Doctor Love’ by First Choice, and an enslaving collaboration with the emerging UK talent, Conor Grant. Download/stream it here from 24th May:

OFFAIAH, hailing from East London and having an Argentinian background, has significantly impacted the dance music scene. Known for hits like ‘Trouble’, ‘Run’, and ‘Run This Town’, he has performed at prestigious events such as Creamfields, Parklife, and EDC Orlando. With over 200 million streams across all platforms, OFFAIAH’s signature sound continues to captivate audiences worldwide.

On ‘No Competition’, OFFAIAH steps into the studio with the 21-year-old talent, Conor Grant. Based in Kent, UK, the DJ and producer has been making waves with appearances at top London and Brighton venues, including his prominent residency at Egg. His focus on production has garnered support from some of the industry’s most renowned artists, including Marco Carola, Jamie Jones, and Lost Frequencies. 

‘No Competition’ is an all-encompassing club record, oozing groove, charm and endless danceability. Sitting perfectly between commercial dance and tech house, it incorporates many characteristics that dominate today’s clubs, festivals and airwaves: a bed of chunky drums, reeling percussion, catchy bassline melody and head-turning vocal presence. From start to finish, it’s a track that keeps the listener firmly in its palm as it glides through a series of climactic twists and turns, ideal for peak-time dancefloors and high-energy playlists. 

‘No Competition’ embodies Perfect Havoc’s commitment to delivering fresh and energetic sounds as it celebrates its ninth year. With upcoming releases from Tom Ferry, PS1 & Jack Kelly, Ryan Spicer & Spooner Street and more, the label continues to push the boundaries of crossover house music, building on over 10 billion global streams, six UK Top 20 singles, and multiple platinum, gold, and silver awards.

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