If you’ve been looking for a UK garage bootleg on Soundcloud over this past summer, there is a high chance you’ve come across a production from the hooded guise of Bullet Tooth. The producer, whose identity is not publicly known, has seemingly come from nowhere with a flurry of dark bootlegs of Jorja Smith, Chase & Status, Ms. Dynamite and more, and racked up unthinkable numbers for a newcomer.

He’s uploaded a new bootleg every few days and has done so for the past four months. Despite following no one on Soundcloud, he’s got some incredible connections. Certainly enough to appear on Conducta’s recent Rinse FM takeover and be the talk of Boomtown without being there in that short time span. His rise has coincided with an ongoing debate in the club music community around the value of unofficial remixes, and it’s interesting to see such a contrast between the fallout and his gain in traction. What’s his secret?

Questions have been swirling around his identity, with rumours that he’s from the drum and bass world. He’s almost certainly an already-famous name starting a new alias and swearing by self-confidentiality.


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