Conducta, Keeya Keys Hit The Pitch As 'Kiwi United' In “4-4-2” Visuals

James Keith
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Bristol super-producer Conducta is back with his new single, “4-4-2”, and has recruited North London rhymer Keeya Keys to bless his bubbly and snappy UKG instrumental.

Another example of Keeya’s fast-talking wit, his drill flow works surprisingly well on garage so it’s hopefully not the last time we get something like this from him. The drill-garage combination is something producers like Bkay and others have touched upon in the past, but it was always garage elements added to drill rather than the other way round—and besides, can you really have too much of a good thing?

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The video comes courtesy of director Will De Ritter, who decks the pair out in a razor-sharp ‘Kiwi United’ kit—an obvious ode to Conducta’s label, Kiwi Rekords. Sharp as they look, however, their opponents make light work of them, but that doesn’t stop them from fooling about on the pitch and re-enacting some famous footie celebrations.

Hit play on the visuals above and be sure to add “4-4-2” to your playlists.

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