With over a decade of experience in the game, Flava D has become known as one the most prolific and versatile artists on the bass music circuit. The Bournemouth born producer has established an internationally successful career playing and releasing all flexes of UK garage, grime and bassline. Now, Flava D is adding drum & bass to her repertoire by officially joining the Hospital Records family, an imprint that she proudly proclaims to have been a fan of from a very young age with the first drum & bass CD she ever bought “was a Hospitality mixed CD” aged fourteen.
A string of successful releases like ‘In The Dance’, ‘Soul Shake’ with My Nu Leng, ‘Spicy Noodles’, and the TQD album, ‘UKG’ alongside Royal-T & DJ Q, received global recognition from critics, fellow tastemakers and most importantly the dancefloor.
Flava D’s technical talents and superior selection style have been forever etched in dance music history as she has stamped her sound on projects reserved for God tier DJs. Signing her name amongst the limited alumni of world-famous nightclub, Fabric by mixing the 88th edition of their FABRICLIVE series. In addition to her worldwide bookings, Flava D has curated diverse line ups for her own headline shows with a 13-week residency at London’s XOYO whilst her taste-making was broadcast on a national scale with a 6-month residency at BBC Radio 1.
Flava D’s first venture into drum & bass came in the form of her track ‘Return To Me’ which featured on Hospital Records’ annual compilation ‘Sick Music 2019’ and was selected as Annie Mac’s Hottest Record In The World. With the success of her label debut, the imprint welcomed her back to release ‘Human Trumpet’ and she became a regular name at their events and festivals worldwide – with mainstage sets at Hospitality In the Park, Hospitality On the Beach as well as Let It Roll. ‘Mesmerise’ is Flava D’s first standalone single as an official Hospital Records signed artist. It marks the start of a very special year for Flava D, Hospital Records and the world of drum & bass.