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Sydney/Melbourne-based producer DCUP hit the big time with the release of "We No Speak No Americano." The collaboration with fellow Australian duo Yolanda Be Cool topped charts in countless countries and introduced the talented all-rounder (he's also an in-demand DJ and remixer) to the world. Not content with his work behind the decks, he's just launched his label, Chookie (L.A.-based artist manager Jerry Soer and globally roaming artist Lola Siren are his fellow conspirators), and what better way to celebrate but with a new single.
"I'm Corrupt" is an interpretation of Kid Creole's 1982 track (of the same name). Maintaining the steady groove and tropical touches of the original, DCUP has created a modern day disco anthem just in time for the Australian summer. As you'd expect, the track's production is top-notch, and the single has been released in conjunction with a tongue in cheek video clip (below).
After his earlier successes, "I'm Corrupt" will no doubt be another chart-topper for DCUP. If you like the track, they're giving away a free download of the Viceroy remix on SoundCloud here.