Top100DJs (#49) mainstay duo Wolfpack saddle up with their fellow Smash The House brother Angemi and the Italian prodigy Flaremode to drop a gargantuan musical flavour with ‘Superstar’!
The collective of artists has used recent studio time to come together on a cover of an early 2000’s R&B hit in ‘Superstar’. An international hit on its initial release, this latest version is seeking for more electronic fuelled support thanks to the trademark 4/4 big room that both Wolfpack and Angemi have carefully crafted in recent years, coupled with flourishes of Flaremode’s unique production input.
Whilst Wolfpack continues to hit highs like winning DJ awards and climbing up Beatport charts; the duo also keeps busy in the studio thanks to collaborations with everyone from Timmy Trumpet to Futuristic Polar Bears Bassjackers to Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike. Angemi is also a familiar face on Smash The House who continues to release big hitting singles that include ‘Collab Bro’, ‘Garden Of Madness’ and ‘High Off Love’, whilst working with artists as varied as Henri PFR, KURA and Sylver. Since making a name with Smash The House and Generation Smash fans, Italian duo Flaremode has been active with Sony Music releasing a 5million streams cover song of Genie In A Bottle, Doorn Records, Dharma Records and Revealed.
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DJ Frog, Vursov and Boust join forces to make some noise on the latest Generation Smash anthem, ‘Love U’. Generation Smash have been making all the right noises in recent times, elevating their status as tastemakers in the electronic music scene, combining new talent with established artists with one key theme in mind, the quality of the music.
‘Love U’ leads with the vocal, which shines brightly from the beginning. Numerous elements are brought in as the track builds towards the drop. The stuttering arpeggio synth line drives the track forward, providing the groove alongside the vocal. Various synths flair up in the main break, combining to ensure ‘Love U’ keeps things fresh before the second drop and interesting rhythm returns.
Combined, DJ Frog, Vursov and Boust have dropped singles that have been picked up by some of dance music’s elite, including label heads Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Julian Jordan and Mike Williams. ‘Love U’ is set to continue that upward trend and propel all artists involved into the limelight. Grab your copy 5th February via Generation Smash.
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Bring the Kingdom is incredibly excited to release a dance-floor smash from The Two Fake Blondes called “Insecurities.” Championed as “everyone’s favorite Husband & Wife duo” from Your EDM, The Two Fake Blondes were formed in 2020 and are continuing to bring their momentum into 2021. “Insecurities” has a simple but powerful message that we could all use after a long 2020: Be free from your insecurities. The upbeat lyrics perfectly match the house music production that’s guaranteed to get you dancing, whether you’re at home, in the car, or (hopefully soon?) at an actual show!
The Two Fake Blondes Bio:
Composed of Hannah Mac (formerly Hannah Michelle Weeks) and Petey Mac, The Two Fake Blondes have quickly found success since their formation in 2020. Their first singles “If You Really Love Me” and “Body” quickly allotted over 120,000 streams, was added to over 2,000 playlists, and earned praise everywhere from Your EDM to The Nocturnal Times for an “intoxicating, danceable” sound.
Their most recent single, “Lifeline”, was another immense achievement. Released to raise awareness during National Suicide Prevention Month, “Lifeline” brought hope to listeners world-wide and was added in rotation on KNHC Seattle and premiered on Sirius XM’s ‘Day Life’ show.
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