Taken from her debut album, K.O, "Dagga"—produced by The Bug—is a new, futuristic take on dancehall from newcomer Miss Red, which is exemplified in the visuals for the track. Born to Israeli, Moroccan and Polish parents, Miss Red uses the experience of growing up in and around an immigrant family as the inspiration behind the writing of the album, with the cover art itself featuring a picture of her grandfather. However, it's Miss Red's attraction to the sound and style of the reggae scene, and the proud female perspective showcased within it, that she draws inspiration from sonically.
Through enigmatic, black and white visuals, Miss Red gives a taste of what can be expected when the album drops on July 13. Accompanying the album release are two launch parties, the first of which takes place at Corsica Studios in London with performances from Grandmixxer and Flowdan. The second takes place at Gretchen in Berlin with performances from Terror Danjah and Bill Kouligas (PAN), while both dates will have performances from The Bug and Miss Red herself. Tickets for both shows are available now. Watch the video for "Dagga" exclusively above.