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Blu DeTiger

"I love the Nickel Wound XL bass strings because they work for any type of song and situation, whether that be in the recording studio or live on stage. They're smooth and classic but can also really cut through."

ABOUT Blu DeTiger

A native of Manhattan, DeTiger was raised in a creative family, being the daughter of sculpture and painter Jonny Detiger. She started playing bass at age seven and grew up taking rock and jazz theory lessons. By her teens, she was drawing inspiration from classic funk outfits like Cameo, Prince, and Zapp, and was mentored by esteemed players like Jerry Barnes (Nile Rodgers and Chic) and Steven Wolf (Alicia Keys, P!NK).

She began DJing around New York and quickly gained a hip reputation for her ability to spin records while adding her own funky bass grooves to the mix. Musicians took notice and she eventually hit the road, touring with artists like Caroline Polachek, Kitten, and the Knocks.

Along the way, DeTiger started turning heads with her own music, releasing tracks like 2019's "In My Head." The following year, she earned yet more Internet fame when a video of her playing bass to Meghan Thee Stallion's "Savage" went viral. Around the same time, she released another original track with the laid-back "Figure It Out." In October 2020, the single "Cotton Candy Lemonade" appeared. Both songs were included on her debut EP, How Did We Get Here?, which arrived in March 2021. She then appeared on the cover of Bass Player magazine, which declared her the "future of bass." After signing to Capitol Records, she released the single "Blondes," followed by "Hot Crush Lover" in 2022.




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