Ookay drops his sophomore EP on Dim Mak Records, Future Unfold including the undeniably eclectic new track “By Myself" and impressive features from powerhouse artists like Cesqeaux, JSTJR, and David Vance.

On the significance of the EP, Ookay shares: "Future Unfold tells half the story of the future of Ookay. It's a reflection of my diversity as an artist and producer, and I wanted to showcase my ability with the help of some friends. From trap to house, future bass, and all the rest, this EP highlights a sound I've been able to call all my own. Listen as the story continues to unfold and reveal itself."

With four fan-favorite, already released singles, including “All I Wanna Do” with longtime friend JSTJR, “MACH 10,” a fun tech house release, to high octane “Choppas” with Cesqeaux and the hybrid bass tune “Going Down” (feat. David Vance), the culmination of tunes from Ookay spans all genres and sounds.

Ookay has long been associated with Dim Mak, and his return to the label has been nothing short of exciting for both the imprint and his artist project. And the story is just beginning…

Future Unfold is out on Dim Mak on April 19.


  1. Ookay - By Myself
  2. Ookay & JSTJR - All I Wanna Do
  3. Ookay - MACH 10
  4. Ookay & Cesqeaux - Choppas
  5. Ookay - Going Down (feat. David Vance)

ABOUT OOKAY: Ookay, the dynamic DJ and producer from San Diego, California, has left an indelible mark on the electronic music scene with his versatile sound-spanning house and trap-style productions. His musical journey took off with a bang, driven by hits like the 2016 chart-topper “Thief” and the 2017 collaborations “Stay Forever” with Marshmella and Noah Cyrus. With an impressive catalog of consistent singles and EPs over five years, Ookay

p dir="ltr">reached a significant milestone in 2018 with his debut full-length album, “Wow! Cool Album!”

Originally known as Abraham Laguna and producing under the alias Leisure, Ookay quickly gained recognition for his high-energy brand of house music. He transitioned into trap-oriented sounds as his career evolved, adopting the moniker Ookay. His remixes of tracks by renowned artists such as Steve Aoki, Congorock, Chris Lake, and Tony Junior earned him accolades on Beatport and beyond. Additionally, Ookay’s collaboration with Diplo on the reimagining of Avicii’s “You Make Me” solidified his position as a respected figure in the electronic music scene. While he has also explored tech and deep house under the alias Coaster, Ookay’s electrifying live performances and strong social media presence keep him at the forefront of the industry, making him a true trailblazer in the world of electronic music.

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