Kaytranada’s working on it. The Haitian-born, Quebec-raised producer, whose 2016 debut 99.9% was a glitter-bomb dropped onto the dance floor, is back on his grind, mixing songs, building grooves and grappling with a surprising degree of self-doubt. The last time he was doing this—finishing an album—he was living with his mom and best known as a bedroom beatmaker who put out (illicit) remixes of Janet Jackson and Missy Elliott. Since then Louis Kevin Celestin has left home, come out, and This story is from Kinfolk Issue Thirty-Three Buy Now Related Stories Music Issue 46 Lil Silva A superstar collaborator steps into the spotlight. Arts & Culture Music Issue 47 Second Thoughts The ubiquity of second album syndrome. Music Issue 46 Hun Choi DJ Hunee outlines his dance floor philosophy. Music Issue 46 Lil Silva A superstar collaborator steps into the spotlight. Arts & Culture Music Issue 45 Gerard & Kelly On dance, domesticity and the giants of modernism. Music Issue 44 Sigrid Scandipop's fresh face on stagecraft and The Sims.