ADP steps out from the studio with his debut single ‘No Good For Me’ featuring Ebenezer and Jeremih.
ADP, the London based producer who created Krept & Konan’s ‘Freak of the Week’ alongside Roc Nation producer DJ Mustard, unveils his brand new collaboration – melding R’n’B blends and a mid tempo, atmospheric club hybrid.
“I just wanted to fuse both worlds,” says ADP when discussing how the track merges R&B with EDM. “But I wanted to do it in a way where it still sounded like me, and in some mysterious way I managed to do it.”
‘No Good For Me’ marks the beginning for a producer that is ready to make music all of his own, “I’m super excited but I’m also nervous at the same time. It’s the first thing I’ve ever put out on my own and not everyone gets an opportunity to be in a position to release their own single. So for that I am grateful and it means the world to me.”
ADP has worked with M.I.A and Yungen as well as having more to come on Chris Brown’s highly anticipated new album which is set to drop this October. ‘No Good For Me’ is a chance to get to know ADP the artist in his own right “With this being my first release as an artist, having Jeremih and Ebenezer as connected and involved as I am to this song means everything.”