Austin is a man on a mission and his Harlem swag knows no bounds.

Birthed in a city ripe with culture, Austin Millz takes inspiration from Harlem’s hip-hop and soul to create music that blurs the lines between hip-hop, r&b, and dance music. The artist is dominating this new generation of sound with his bigger and bolder visions for hip hop and dance production.  Applauded by Complex for his “fusion of hip-hop and electronic music,” Millz has carved out a “special niche between the two realms within his unique vision.” Millz has also garnered attention for his larger than life stage presence, which has captured both local and national audiences. Controlling the stage with his inspiring charisma  and commanding dance floors with future club and dance music, Austin Millz is at the forefront of New York City’s electronic music renaissance.

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Moodswing Produces Music Video for Austin Millz & Claire Ridgely’s single ‘Broke Boy’ Out now on Defected Records!

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Moodswing produced Austin Millz & Claire Ridgley’s Music video for Broke Boy Out Now on Defected Records Youtube Channel. The video was shot in Harlem, NYC where Austin was born and features iconic uptown landmarks such as the Apollo Theater.

 

Video: Executive Producer: Johnny Maroney Producer: Anthony Santella Director: David Wept Editor: Kevin Thornton Written by: Mike Clay & Claire Ridgely Vocalist: Claire Ridgely Actress: Micah Leonard

Moodswing signs Austin Millz to Defected Records. New single ‘Broke Boy’ with Claire Ridgely Out Now!

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Austin Millz - Broke Boy

 

Defected Records has released Harlem born Austin Millz’s new project ‘Broke Boy’ on all streaming services. ‘Broke Boy’ showcases Millz’s genre-defying style, with vocals provided by Montreal based Claire Ridgely, seamlessly combining electronic and soulful sounds. Moodswing Music licensed this record to Defected Records illustrating Defected’s versatility as a label, moving away from the dance-floor tracks to something more reflective and serene.