Looking For Me
by Paul Woolford (featuring Diplo)

Album: single release only (2020)
Charted: 4


  • Born in Leeds, England, DJ and producer Paul Woolford started a weekly residency at Space in Ibiza in 2008. He built up his following with clubbers by touring to play guest spots outside his residency. Woolford also uses aliases Bobby Peru and Special Request, such as on his album Paul Woolford Presents Bobby Peru - The Truth.
  • Here, Paul Woolford joins forces with fellow dance music icon Diplo for this piano-led dancefloor jam. The track was released on June 24, 2020 via Diplo's Higher Ground label.
  • The single features sensual, contemplative vocals from Atlanta-born Kareen Lomax. The songstress implores a guy she is the one he is looking for.
  • The collaboration came about after Lomax messaged Diplo asking him to listen to her music. Though the DM was one of the thousands Diplo receives on a regular basis, he checked her out and noted her distinctive, enticing vocals.
  • Woolford, Diplo and Lomax wrote the song with Philip "Jr. Blender" Meckseper. A frequent Diplo collaborator, Jr. Blender's other credits include Major Lazer's "Know No Better," LSD's "Thunderclouds" and Silk City's "Electricity."


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