Genre-defying producer/DJ, KAYZO has released a new single, “Lights Out”. The new song, which is described by KAYZO as “a battle between a dubstep army and a metal band army”, will be featured on Welcome Records’ upcoming Halloween compilation album, Little Comp of Horrors Vol. 1, featuring additional songs from Duke & Jones, Tynan & Leotrix, HELLBOUND!, KUURO and more. This Halloween season, KAYZO will also be throwing a one-off concert experience, called Unleashed Halloween, at Caesars Entertainment Studios in Las Vegas, NV on October 31. For more tickets and more information, please visit: https://kayzo-music.com/.
Houston-born, Los Angeles-based electronic artist KAYZO, née Hayden Capuozzo, is one of the fastest-rising producer/DJs of this decade. From his beginnings as an eager student at the Icon Collective music production school in L.A. to his official debut as the winner of Insomniac Events’ Discovery Project competition in 2012, KAYZO has graduated from budding producer to breakthrough artist in just over five years. Recognized as one of Billboard Dance’s 100 Artists of 2019 (#67), KAYZO is today a bona fide global act.
His debut album OVERLOAD was released in January 2018 on KAYZO’s own Ultra Music imprint, Welcome Records. Featuring a stimulating, cross-genre blend of rock theatrics and electronic futuristic, OVERLOAD has amassed over 13 million streams on Spotify alone.
In May 2018, he followed this up with a remix of Papa Roach’s “Last Resort“, which has amassed more than 13 million Spotify streams. Elsewhere, the dubstep monster “Wake Up,” his collaboration with RIOT, counts more than 20 million streams on Spotify, with an additional 3 million on SoundCloud. KAYZO has continued to blend the genre of rock and electronic music with releases “Fake Fake Fake” featuring XO Sad and a highly anticipated song with Underoath titled “Wasted Space.”
Now, KAYZO is back with Unleashed-his most expansive effort to date. “When I was able to sit down in the studio, talk face to face and exchange creative ideas with these bands in real time…that’s when the real magic happened”, Kayzo describes. “It was incredibly rewarding to be in the studio with these guys. I ended up learning so much.”