With a heavyweight signature sound - UK Drum & Bass music producer Sota came into the studio to give Sin a wee one on one lesson on the decks.
Sensei Sota walked Karate Kid Sin through an impressive chop whipped up by the man himself, consisting of Sub Focus ‘Ready to Fly’, Sota’s ‘Harter Street VIP’ and an unreleased track of his for an absolutely rancid mix.
With only five minutes on the clock, her practice time was tight. Sota’s first time in the studio meant the pressure was on.
Aaaand it was one and done. Sin absolutely nailed it. Some comments were even asking how she did better than the DJ himself!!!!
Check out the chop below, the energy is unmatched. Even Sota said she’s coming for his job.
He walked Brook through the 'Sunset Triple' - a signature chop between three tracks, this one consisting of Hedex's 'Sunset VIP', Serum's 'Freak Like Me' and Disrupta's 'Come In' - before getting him to have a crack.
See it below!