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J.Worra Takes on the Underground with New EP ‘some ppl fall’ out via Club Sweat 

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Chicago-born DJ and producer J.Worra has become somewhat of a prodigy of the underground since her debut, securing many local LA shows, as well as major festival line-ups. With support across the globe for her fresh take on house music, the artist now moves forward with a brand new EP some ppl fall. Out now via Club Sweat, her latest release features previously released singles, including title-track “some ppl fall,” “Chunk Funk,” and a brand-new single “YOU” featuring Cat Connors. The album is available today for purchase and across all major streaming platforms. 

J.Worra’s EP embodies her ability to cross multiple genres and includes insane vocal samples across all of her tracks. The title track “some ppl fall” has already gained support from the likes of Diplo and Gorgon City, and brings forth all the disco vibes. Sticking to her roots, the next track “Chunk Funk” combines both Chicago house and jackin’ house sounds with an overly infectious bassline. She rounds out the EP with a unique piece of discography called “YOU” with Cat Connors. Opening with a classic house sound turned tech-house masterpiece, it is the perfect ending to the short-but-sweet EP. When discussing the creation of this latest hit, she states:

“The idea for ‘“YOU” came on by some reverse engineering, I re-purposed the drums from a remix I did over the summer (pro tip: always save your drums), then found a vocal and chopped that up into a melody. The melody became the inspiration for Cat’s vocals which she absolutely crushed. Excited to round out the EP with this stomper!”

J.Worra did not always have the fanbase she does now, beginning her career by winning DJ competitions for Groove Cruise and Spring Awakening Music Festival. Since then, her career has skyrocketed into the success that she sees now. Named DJ Magazine’s 2019 Breakthrough Producer of the Year, it is no surprise that she sees support from across the globe. Since her debut, she has played Lightning in a Bottle, HARD Festival, CRSSD Festival, and Splash House to name a few- and she shows absolutely no sign of stopping. Also known for her constant support of LGBTQ+ youth, she is definitely a beacon of light in the music industry with so much more in store for her future. To listen to or purchase her new EPsome ppl fall click here.

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