Zero Ten Productions has teamed up with Pinky Music London for the release of his brand-new track, Let’s Go Deeper, set to drop later this year. Zero Ten, real name Naughten Longmore, is a versatile house artist rising to the top of the UK music scene thanks to his unique infusions of jazz, soul, funk, hip-hop, and R&B.
His talents have not only caught the ear of listeners all around the country, but Zero Ten has also already worked with some huge industry names, including Sinclair, Eric Dial, Robin S, Marshall Jefferson, Pauline Henry, and more. Longmore often dreamed of what it would be like to produce his own music as a child growing up in London and had a deep love for such a vast array of genres, which shines through in his adult work. Zero Ten loves to bring energy to his tracks, inspired by the likes of Brass Construction, Earth, Wind and Fire, and Brothers Johnsons, which has really struck a chord with his loyal band of listeners.
In a recent interview with EDM/Echo, Zero Ten said: “The key elements are like cooking food the key ingredients are Love and Positive Energy’ which makes a recipe for great music. “I always look to find inspiration from within creating new ideas sometimes making mistakes turns out to be great ideas. Relying on what other producers are doing is not key for me.
“I am happy to venture into other genres so long as I can maintain a healthy vibe once the fun goes out of it we have a problem.”
He added: “Believing in myself is something I had to learn early on. as I have gotten older it has become easier to manage. Remember not everyone will support you on your journey, but if you enjoy what you are doing you stand a better chance. The challenges I face now are to maintain a high level of focus and continue to develop as a Producer and an Artist
“The first track I did with Pinky Music London ‘I Didn’t Mean To Turn You On’ was what showcased some of my talents and gave me widespread acknowledgement from the team.”