Danny Kuttner’s Latest Single, “Limelight,” Blends Jazz and Neo Soul Influences with Left-Field Electronic Production

Danny Kuttner’s latest single ‘Limelight’ is a smooth and soulful track that seamlessly blends contemporary jazz and 90s neo-soul influences with left-field electronic production. The Amsterdam-born and Israel-raised artist has honed her musical style for years, drawing inspiration from jazz greats like Billie Holiday and Ella Fitzgerald and modern-day trailblazers like Hiatus Kaiyote and James Blake.

Kuttner’s latest EP ‘Purple,’ set to be released on March 31st via Kartel Music Group, is a testament to her unique sound and style. ‘Limelight,’ co-written with drummer Roy Reemy, is a standout track on the EP. It has a chill yet groovy feel that would lift anyone’s mood on a sunny day. The lyrics talk about finding one’s place, growing, and searching for one’s internal home.

Kuttner’s musical journey has taken her worldwide and exposed her to various musical styles, from jazz to electronic music. Her latest work is a testament to her versatility and ability to blend different genres to create something unique. ‘Limelight’ is a must-listen for anyone who appreciates soulful and innovative music.

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Written by Natalie Patrick

Music Journalist.

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