Jitwam shares new single ‘hollatchu’ feat. YUNGMORPHEUS + Jaydonclover

Photo by Bakri Mahmoud
March 23 2023


“Penchant for stitching together soul, funk, hip-hop, pop – and his own manipulated vocals – to create dusty, soulful house tracks filled with character”

Resident Advisor

“An inventive sound that blazes new trails”


“Absolute groover”

Rolling Stone Australia

“Jitwam invokes the bustling attitudes inherent in his sometimes-homes New York and London”

Verve Zine

“Jitwam is the product of his various upbringings and more. There’s funk, groove, breakbeat, politically-charged remonstrating, Prince-esque serenades, soulful house…you name it, Jitwam can and shall deliver”

Beat Magazine

“Overarching, soulful sonic presence”

Purple Sneakers

“An irresistible, blissed-out jazz-funk energy”


“A magnetic journey through a vast array of styles”


‘hollatchu’ is out now, buy/ stream it here.

Three time zones collide as multi-instrumentalist producer and vocalist Jitwam teams up with Miami-bred rapper YUNGMORPHEUS, and Birmingham’s rising r&b star Jaydonclover on new single ‘hollatchu’, released today on Roya. LISTEN HERE + WATCH THE VISUALISER HERE.

Giving more context on ‘hollatchu’, Jitwam shares, “hollatchu is a late night roller in the spirit of Brandy & Ray J, when guys and girls would sing love songs to each other. One for the club, or for that late night with just u and ur special someone”.

The track follows Jitwam’s acclaimed album Third, which picked up local and international coverage from NME, The Guardian, NPR, COLORS, Mixmag, DJMag, Bandcamp, Fashion Journal, Music Feeds, and an embrace of radio support on BBC 6 Music (A List), Double J, triple j, BBC Radio 1, KCRW, KEXP, FBI Radio, and PBS FM amongst others, as well as sold out shows in London and Melbourne.

Jitwam’s musicskips across genres nimbly with influences from house music, R&B, soul, punk, and disco. Hailing from Assam in northeast India, the self-proclaimed “psychedelic soul savant” has steadily carved out his own lane and cemented himself as a global sector and live performer and label front at The Jazz Diaries, as well as being involved with the South Asian underground via Chalo Collective and Dialled In Festival. He has also remixed Laraaji, collaborated with Folamour – whose Boiler Room has had nearly a million views – as well as Cosmo’s Midnight on Defected Records, and a feature track on the renowned compilation ‘Fabric Presents… Maribou State’.

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