Left-field pop musician Naomie Abergel, who goes on the alias Tag Johns, was the initial solo vocalist agreed upon to Skrillex’s OWSLA label. Delivered to Moroccan parents in Canada and elevated in Singapore, she began performing addresses while attending university in Miami and published these to SoundCloud. Abergel’s first uploads, including variations of Lana Del Rey’s “VIDEO GAMING” and Justin Timberlake’s “Cry Me a River,” had been documented with her mobile phone. She made extra cover variations with fledgling manufacturers such as for example Manila Killa and Sable; a modern and booming edition of Jay-Z and Kanye West’s “Ni**as in Paris,” smartly re-titled “In Paris,” captured the eye of Skrillex, who helped established her up in her fresh home foundation of LA and eventually provided an OWSLA offer. Abergel’s 1st big commercial stage, however, was using the Glitch Mob through “Better Cover, Better Operate,” released in middle-2015. In early 2016, she was presented on Lemaitre’s “Stepping Rock” and produced her OWSLA debut with “BTFU (Mommy Problems).” The breezy and melodious characteristics of Abergel’s tone of voice were common components of all the materials, but the relatively organic and low-key audio of “BTFU (Mommy Problems)” was relatively amazing. An EP was expected later on in 2016.