EDM Artist, Alok, Releases, “Kill Me”
Brazilian artist, Alok just released a new track, “Kill Me.” Check out the full track and review below!
With a strong resume full of remixes and collaborations with artists such as The Rolling Stones to Zara Larsson, from Jason Derulo to Tove Lo, and more, Alok has gained an immense international following. He is currently having his global breakout moment. He already has the second largest Instagram following of any EDM artist, and his 20M devoted monthly listeners on Spotify have made him the most listened to Brazilian artist in the world.
In 2021, he was named the 4th Best DJ in the world, according to the prestigious DJ Mag Top 100 DJ Poll. In 2019, Alok was nominated for the International Dance Music Awards for his hit remix of the Meduza single “Piece of Your Heart,” He also worked with global pop sensation Dua Lipa for the official remix of her hit single “Physical.”
Recently he also collaborated with Grammy-award pop sensation John Legend on “In My Mind” and with renegade vocalist John Martin on “Wherever You Go.” He also lended his talents to remix Ed Sheeran’s “Shivers.” The sky is the limit for the Brazilian superstar. He just released a new track, “Kill Me,” which you can check out below!
CONTROVERSIA‘s boss and heavyweight producer Alok returns with a brand new track of his own, leading the 8th edition of the label’s signature compilation series. His new bass-forward g-house work “Kill Me” opens the 14-track selection. This sets an ominous and heavy-hitting tone for the rest of the sonic journey. The production is on point and is bound to be another hit for the superstar. You can also check out the full CONTROVERSIA by Alok Vol. 008 below.
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