EDM Mania | Volume #2
We are back with our EDM Mania Volume #2 playlist. Check out the full tracks and reviews below!
DVBBS x Wiz Khalifa x urfavexboyfriend x Goldsoul | “SH SH SH (HIT THAT)”
DVBBS and Wiz Khalifa join forces on “Soon-To-Be-Viral Single” “SH SH SH (Hit That)” with urfavexboyfriend and Goldsoul. This is probably the most unique track that I have been able to feature. This track gains it’s inspiration “Hit That” by Urfavxboyfriend and Goldsoul. It caught a lot of attention recently on TikTok. The original’s a dark but oddly charismatic trap cut, thanks to the whooshy mouthed sounds of gunfire from the artists. After its success, DVBBS loved what they heard and reached out to all artists involved to do a collab together. Furthermore, their take on “Hit That” is a house and jungle-inspired dance cut that mixes the original’s verses with heavy kicks and a Wiz verse. Make sure to add this one to your playlists.
Gian Varela x Damon Sharpe x Matluck| “Faces”
Gian Varela and Damon Sharpe teamed up with Matluck for an energetic track, “Faces.” The release of this new single follows up Gian Varela’s remix of R3HAB & Laidback Luke’s “Weekend on a Tuesday” and his collaborative single titled “Party Sexo Alcohol” with Leslie Shaw, Damon Sharpe’s single “Naughty Girl” which featured Tima Dee, and also follows up Matluck’s collaboration with Mike Williams on the single “Closing Time”. Such an intense track with incredible production. Make sure to add this one to your playlists.
Nicky Romero | “Turn Off The Lights”
After taking the world by storm with early hits such as ‘Legacy’ (with Krewella) and #1 single ‘I Could Be The One’ (with Avicii), Nicky Romero quickly proved that his talent is ever-evolving and here to stay. He just released a new track, “Turn Off The Lights.” This track is a pure festival banger that he’s been teasing in his sets over the past few months to a raving response from the enthusiastic crowds. “Turn Off The Lights” follows the sonic style of his recent releases like “Techtronic,” “Myriad” and “Back To Where We Started” with Afrojack from last year and has all the elements of a serious dance-floor filler. Delivering a strong beat with deep synths and kick drums to get everyone on the dance floor, this one is sure to continue to be a hit at festivals around the globe during the upcoming spring season. Make sure to add this one to your playlists.
What did you think of the new EDM Mania – Volume #2? Stay tuned to MusicOnTheRox.com for all your music news and reviews.
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