Whipped Cream gets Her Just Desserts: Toronto-born DJ and producer Whipped Cream, aka Caroline Cecil, spent her formative years as a figure skater, before an accident led to a new passion. Eight years ago she started on a new life in music, taking it seriously straight away.

“I knew it was what I was meant to do,” she says. “My sound is what’s raw and real to me. I get inspired by nature, cinema, electronica, hip-hop, experimental melancholy music and R&B.”

Of the state of electronic music today, she says: “I think electronic music right now is a new set life form. I think the pandemic made time for people to really sit with themselves and create from a more real state.”

Whipped Cream’s latest single and video is “Light of Mine” with Jimorrow.

“‘Light of Mine’ is a special track to me because it focuses on the hardships I faced the last couple months,” she says. “After hearing the song and watching the music video, I want people to realize they all have the light within them and it’s only a matter of time until they find it.”

Looking ahead, there’s a yet-to-be-announced big show planned, and more new music. Keep your eyes out for her.

Whipped Cream gets Her Just Desserts: The “Light of Mine” single is out now.

Whipped Cream press bio: “Whether on the ice or on the decks, WHIPPED CREAM’s talents for expressing herself through music are undeniable. Born in Toronto as Caroline Cecil, she spent her formative years as a competitive figure skater before a fateful accident brought a new passion for production into focus. Now, WHIPPED CREAM is living proof that everything happens for a reason. Following a breakout year in which she slayed at milestone festivals like Ultra, Lollapalooza and Bonnaroo, and dropped a collection of gritty originals and filthy hip-hop cuts like “Told Ya” feat. American rapper Lil Xan, WHIPPED CREAM is dead set on her mission to create “music that can be felt by anyone”. After landing on the official Birds of Prey soundtrack with “So Thick” featuring Baby Goth in February, and starring in the seductive music video for her newest groove “I Do The Most” with rising star Lil Keed, there’s no doubt 2020 is shaping up to be her biggest year yet – one that will bring the release of her debut EP “WHO IS WHIPPED CREAM?” later this summer, a testament to her “limitless” style that draws from roots in hip-hop, dubstep, trap, dnb and experimental bass. With a headlining tour and appearances at festivals like Coachella forthcoming, it’s clear WHIPPED CREAM is still rising, straight to the top.”

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