k?d

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k?d
Birth name Patrick Cybulski
Born 1997 (age 20–21)
Origin Miami, Florida
Genres
Occupation(s)
Instruments Digital audio workstation
Years active 2015–present
Labels
Associated acts
Website whoskid.com

Patrick Cybulski,[1] (born 1997)[2] known by his stage name k?d (pronounced "kid") is an American electronic musician and DJ. He is known for his single "Lose Myself" (featuring Phil Good), which charted on the US Billboard Dance/Mix Show Airplay at #40,[1] as well as his single "Distance" (featuring Blair), which peaked at #16 on the aforementioned chart. He is also known for his remixes of popular electronic songs, most significantly "Doin' It Right" by Daft Punk and "Renaissance" (featuring Clairity) by Steve James.[3]

Career[edit]

2015: Early releases[edit]

On May 18, 2015, Cybulski released the single "Gold Blood" on record label Only Delusions. A month later, on June 25, Cybulski released a second single "Space Cowboy" on the same record label.

On July 9, 2015, Cybulski released the single "Bits & Pieces" as a collaboration with Kuiters on the record label Trillers. On July 20, 2015, Cybulski released two singles on two different record labels: "Zero Zero" on Onstreet, and "Keepo" on ICON.

On August 1, 2015, Cybulski released the track "Paperplane" on record label Too Lush, as a part of the label's compilation album Too Lush Vol. 4, which released that day.[4] On August 24, 2015, Cybulski self-released the single "Cardinal" with Kuiters, with whom he had previously collaborated on "Bits & Pieces".[5]

On November 11, 2015, Cybulski self-released a remix of "The Touch" by KOLAJ.[6]

2016–present: Popular remixes[edit]

On January 6, 2016, Cybulski released his remix of "Renaissance" by Steve James (featuring Clairity).[7] EDMTunes described the remix as "akin to the likes of Zedd or Madeon".[8] Months later, on April 8, the remix would be featured on Steve James' remix package for Renaissance, released through Ultra Music, alongside other remixes of the song from ARMNHMR, Myles Travitz, and Paxel.[9]

On January 29, 2016, Cybulski released a remix of "This Ain't Over" by Alex Newell on Big Beat Records.[10] The remix was featured on Newell's This Ain't Over (Remixes) EP, alongside remixes from Odd Mob, TKDJS, Autolaser, and PVC.[11]

On March 25, 2016, Cybulski released a remix of "Cliffs Edge" by Hayley Kiyoko.[12][13][14]

Cybulski released a remix of "Fallen" (feat. Desirée Dawson) by ARMNHMR on April 5, 2016 on Far East Movement's record label, brednbutter.[15] Later, on April 13, Cybulski released a remix of "Red Lips" (featuring Sam Bruno) by GTA.[16] Less than two weeks after "Red Lips," Cybulski released a remix of "What You Need" by The Weeknd on April 26.[17] On May 3, 2016, Cybulski released a remix of "Doin' It Right" by Daft Punk.[18][19]

On May 23, 2016, Cybulski released his first self-released solo single "Somewhere Far Away from Here," featuring singer Lolaby.[20][21] The track was praised for its reminiscence to the style of Porter Robinson's Worlds.[22][23] Following "Somewhere Far Away," Cybulski released another solo single, "Show Me," featuring vocalist/rapper Rahn Harper, on June 14.[24][25]

On June 28, 2016, Cybulski released the single "Amaretto" as a collaboration with Luca Lush.[26] Two weeks later, on July 11, Cybulski released a remix of "Elevated" by RKCB.[27][28] On July 20, Cybulski released a remix of "Youth" by Manila Killa, featuring Satica. The remix was featured on Manila Killa's Youth (Remixes) alongside a remix from Qrion.[29][30] A week after "Youth," Cybulski released yet another remix, this one of "Happy" by Annabel Jones.[31]

On August 8, 2016, Cybulski released the single "Discover", featuring RKCB, on record label PRMD Records.[32] The track was premiered by Billboard on release.[33] The song’s lyric video was released on August 16, 2016[34]

Cybulski released a remix of "4AM" by Huntar on August 22, 2016.[35][36] On September 15, he released the single “Birth of the Universe”.[37][38] He released another single, "Forgotten" on October 6, 2016.[39]

On October 26, 2016, Cybulski released the single "Mortem".[40] Later, on November 7, Cybulski released a remix of "Sad Machine" by Porter Robinson.[41][42] Two months later, on December 13, Cybulski released a Remix of "It's All On U" (featuring Liam O'Donnell) by Illenium.[43]

Discography[edit]

Singles[edit]

Title Year Charts Album
US
Airplay

[44]
"Somewhere Far Away From Here"
(featuring Lolaby)
2016 Non-album singles
"Amaretto"
(with Luca Lush)
"Discover"
(featuring RKCB)
"Birth of The Universe"
"Mortem"
"Genesis" 2017
"Vindicta"
"Fourth Impact"
(with Rezz)
"Lose Myself"
(featuring Phil Good)
40
"Glitch Boy"
"Catherine"
(with Varien)
"1234"
(with Medasin)
"Distance"
(featuring Blair)
16
"Banshee"
(with Wolfgang Gartner)
2018
"Zero One"[45]
"A.I."[46]

Remixes[edit]

Title Year Original artist(s) Album
"The Touch" 2015 KOLAJ Non-album singles
"Renaissance" 2016 Steve James
"This Ain't Over" Alex Newell This Ain't Over (Remixes)
"Cliffs Edge" Hayley Kiyoko Non-album singles
"Fallen" ARMNHMR
"Red Lips" GTA
"What You Need" The Weeknd
"Doin' It Right"
(featuring Panda Bear)
Daft Punk
"Elevated" RKCB
"Youth" Manila Killa Youth (Remixes)
"Hey" Fais Non-album singles
"Sad Machine" Porter Robinson
"We Are Your Friends"
(vs. Simian)
Justice
"It's All On U"
(featuring Liam O'Donnell)
Illenium
"4AM" 2017 Huntar
"Young" The Chainsmokers Young (Remixes)

References[edit]

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  2. ^ "Your EDM Premiere: k?d X Medasin - 1234 | Your EDM". YourEDM. Retrieved 2017-09-05. 
  3. ^ "The Art of the Remix: Meet Five Acts Doing Everything Right - NEST HQ". NEST HQ. Retrieved 2017-09-05. 
  4. ^ "kid - P A P E R P L A N E by TOO LUSH | Free Listening on SoundCloud". SoundCloud. Retrieved 2017-09-05. 
  5. ^ "Kid Kills it with Kuiters on "Cardinal" - NEST HQ". NEST HQ. Retrieved 2017-09-06. 
  6. ^ "KOLAJ - The Touch (k?d Remix) [Free Download] - Run The Trap: The Best EDM, Hip Hop, & Trap Music". Run The Trap. Retrieved 2017-09-06. 
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