A name that’s pushed the boundaries of bass music, supported by A list artists by the likes of Jauz, Slander, and NGHTMRE, has sprung among the dance music community, and it’s Nitti Gritti. Six months and eleven releases later Nitti Gritti has captivated millions of listeners with his remakes of popular tracks such as “Gud Vibrations” and “Marching On”, but truly won over an enormous following with his original track “Dirty Dancing”. Bringing forth his raw musical talent as well as his remarkable skills in music production, Nitti Gritti highlights his creative talent through his video releases, his most recent being his insane drum cover of some of his most well-known tracks.
Taking his wild success and continued support from even larger artists like Tchami and Dillon Francis, Nitti Gritti had his debut performance at Miami’s largest Halloween event, Wynwood Fear Factory, followed by headlining the official after party alongside Adventure Club at one of Miami’s most prestigious nightclubs, Space. Nitti Gritti followed up his debut performance by playing the official Corona Electric Beach party w/ Matoma during Art Basel. But he didn’t stop there, whirlwinding guest appearances at Nocturnal Wonderland & EDC Orlando alongside Bonnie X Clyde and closing out 2016 on tour with them. 2017 is already shaping up to be a big year for him, as he has a Main Stage performance at Life In Color Wynwood, and an arsenal of new music to debut. So here’s to 2017, let’s get down to the Nitti Gritti.