Sending off her biggest year yet, Tita Lau channels rockstar energy into her latest single ‘I Can’t Take No More’ via Sonny Fodera’s Solotoko label.
The force of nature and multifaceted vocalist, producer, and DJ has rapidly become the blueprint for young, emerging female electronic talent in a remarkably short amount of time. Fresh off her recent win of 1001 Tracklist’s ‘Future of Dance Award’, the rising star is currently in the midst of a string of global live dates across Amsterdam, New York City, Rome, Madrid and more.
This past year alone has seen numerous milestones for the formidable producer and vocalist such as the sell-out success of her first headline show in LA at Daytrip Festival, her debut Tommorrowland set, and DJ support from the likes of FISHER. Her dynamic stage presence and infectious confidence inspired by the likes of rock and roll gods like Debbie Harry has riled up crowds this past summer at her Hi Ibiza residence and Dubai’s The Penthouse.
Featuring herself on both production and vocal duties, Lau’s breakthrough single The Sequel garnered over 4M streams whilst landing a no.1 placing on Spotify’s Housewerk playlist and a no.5 spot on the Beatport Chart, cementing her as a firm one to watch. Already a respected name with her vocal collaborations on Patrick Topping’s Turbo Time (10M streams), and Anton Powers’ Thinking About You (25M streams), Tita Lau is cementing her presence in the industry with energetic tech-house that boasts consistent top 10 Beatport positions on the main chart, including a no.1 record for Disconnected with James Hype. She’s released on notable labels like Sonny Fodera’s Solotoko, James Hypes Stereohype, Spinnin’ Records and more and extended her reach further afield when she performed at the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar.
The multifaceted artist now rounds off the year with a bang with ‘I Can’t Take No More’. She describes the rock influence on the track “I was having an 80s rock morning listening to Joan Jett and instantly felt inspired to get in the studio and be a rockstar. I added the techno sounds and the rave stabs to give it that Tita Lau energy.” Featuring earworm vocal melodies, heavy-hitting breakdowns, and vivacious basslines, ‘I Can’t Take No More’ packs all of Tita Lau’s signature punch.
Tita Lau – ‘I Can’t Take No More’ is out now via Solotoko.