Kito & Reija Lee are a London (by way of Perth, Australia) duo that are in an interesting situation. We’ve been hearing their name as a duo over the last five or six years, first via Skream then Diplo and the Mad Decent camp. Yet when it comes to viable female talent in the electronic music scene, you don’t hear too many people bigging them up. Recently, Big Boi’s #MashUpMondays series featured a track called “King Shit” that found the OutKast member rhyming with T.I. and Ludacris over one of their Mad Decent releases, “Run For Cover.” This wasn’t by design, but it’s a dope way to get their names out there before the Payday/Ultra Music release of their next single, “Starting Line.” We got to chatting with the pair about how their story: from musical influences to how they linked up as a group, as well as what it’s like to be sampled.
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