Jordan Adetunji And Deyaz Team Up On ‘Insecure (Love Yourself)’ Remix

Joe Simpson

By Joe Simpson

Joe Simpson

15 Dec 2022

Belfast-based artist Jordan Adetunji has teamed up with hotly tipped rapper and producer Deyaz to release their huge remix of ‘Insecure (Love Yourself)’.

Speaking about the remix Jordan says: “This version of Insecure with me and Deyaz is something truly beautiful to me because it is something that instantly connected with Deyaz when I sent it to him, he understood the place I was coming from and added his truth to the track beautifully. We are the future”

Deyaz adds: “I’ve known Jordan for a minute now, we connected initially on our similar taste in music and I’m really excited to share a record with him.”

The original of ‘Insecure (Love Yourself)’ has already garnered over 100k streams and has been supported in Jack Saunders’ Future Artist show as their ‘Next Wave’, BBC Introducing, MTV PUSH, The Line of Best Fit, Wonderland, GUAP, District and Spindle. 

Jordan Adetunji is a genre bending artist who has rapidly been making a name for himself for his undeniable anthems that boasts eclectic reference points ranging from rap and R&B through to post-punk. Having recently signed to RCA Records on the suggestion of Bring Me The Horizon’s Oli Sykes, Jordan has already garnered key tastemaker support from BBC Radio 1, Huw Stephens, DJ Target, Jamz Supernova, Dazed, i-D, Hypebeast, The Independent, The Line of Best Fit, NME and more. Jordan cites eclectic influences among The Weeknd, Kendrick Lamar, Jaden Smith, XXXTENTACION, Joy Divison and Bring Me The Horizon.  His unique take on everything from rap through to emo has recently seen him supporting pop/punk artist KennyHoopla on tour, and more recently, he’s been selected by  TikTok’s as one of their #AltMusic artists.

Raised in East Ham, London, 22-year-old artist Deyaz debut mixtape ‘WHY NOT’ was the result of nearly a decade of self-taught musical education, during which his experiences with homelessness and mental health crises have given his music unique depth.  First teaching himself to play his brother’s guitar at age 12, Deyaz worked his way through the canon of rock and grunge, learning to play along to albums by Pearl Jam and Alice In Chains by ear. Today, as a result of such a varied and broad musical education, Deyaz’s sound is a unique amalgam; emotive lyrics, soaring topline melodies, complex harmonies and full band arrangements, usually underpinned by his core instrument: acoustic guitar. With support already from the likes of BBC Radio 1, Fader, Clash and The Guardian, Deyaz looks set to become one of the most exciting UK artists to watch.