Elusive artist re-surfaced in West London earlier this week
New songs featuring Jai Paul have been unveiled.
The elusive artist was pictured for the first time in three years as he purchased property at the old BBC Television Centre in West London earlier this week.
According to Property Week, the artist is using the premises as a base for his mysterious musical project, which sees him work alongside brother A.K Paul and collaborator Muz Azar. The circular building – once a nightclub for BBC workers – will welcome a growing community of creatives and technologists to occupy its 3000 sq ft of space.
Now, the Paul Institute has shared new tracks by Ruthven and Fabiana Palladino featuring the singer’s vocals and production on Palladino’s song ‘Mystery’. Ruthven’s track ‘Evil’ was also co-produced and co-written by A. K. Paul. You can listen to the new tracks here.
Launching in March 2016, details surrounding the Paul Institute project remain scarce. The track ‘Landcrusin’‘ was described by Zane Lowe on his Beats 1 show upon release as “Blade Runner pop”, before the DJ played it three times.
Cult artist Jai Paul rose to fame with his singles ‘BTSTU’ and ‘Jasmine’ in 2011 and 2012 respectively, with a debut album expected ever since. In 2013, a collection of leaked demos were posted to Bandcamp, with the musician later saying that they were “not uploaded by me” and that the release was “not my debut album”.