This track has eluded many fans, but as of a few weeks ago, people can finally ID the track in peace. Before the general public knew who this track was by, there were many theories that this track was by artists like Hardwell, GTA, Sidney Samson. Many of my own guesses were wrong, and instead, the true artist behind the track was Martin Garrix. The video is themed to the track and definitely has some interesting parts. The song, though, is what really made me impressed.
I was just thinking about how huge Krewella has gotten over the past 2 years. Just 2 sisters and a dude making electro-pop music infused with dubstep. Now, they’re getting huge collabs with Nicky Romero and Headhunterz. Honestly, these guys have made it. Huge props. Listen to the official preview of Nicky Romero and Krewella below!
My milkshake brings all the boys to the yard. That’s right, it’s Kelis. But seriously, she doesn’t really have much of a part, but you know who does have a big part in this track…Kaskade & R3hab. The main lead is cut and progressive. So, we get a little bit of a glitchy feel while still getting the classic progressive house sounds. This remix was done last summer, but the official release of the track was just announced for June 24th. Get ready…
A few weeks ago, Sensation White invaded Toronto’s Rogers Center with over 30,000 EDM fans wearing white. In Europe, Sensation White is just a common event. In North America, their entry into the market has just begun. Although Sensation White has had multiple shows within the past couple of years in North America, the popularity amongst the U.S. EDM is still growing rapidly. I have yet to attend one myself, but the fact that Bud Light sponsors the show tells you one thing already. Any event will be Sensation White AMERICA (Put the emphasis on the America part). Not saying that this is a bad thing, but for me, the Americanization of such a pure event slightly lowers my views on the event all together. Anyways, I’m not trying to bag on the shows in the U.S., I’m just saying that the experience might be slightly different from the European experience…whether they be good or bad.
If you’re interested to see what went down in Toronto, make sure to watch the video. Regardless of my brief commentary, I still think Sensation White shows would be an unreal time. Share your thoughts!