Dirty Dutch Music labelhead and bona fide superstar Chuckie broke some big news at this year’s ADE conference - promising a slew of new tracks alongside a complete rebranding of his label, Dirty Dutch Music. Coming off tracks like “Let the Bass Kick” and “What Happens in Vegas,” which blew up the festival circuit and saw DJs all over the world play it, Chuckie, and his label, have already made a name for itself in the eyes of the dance music community. However, the label boss is still promising more. According to Chuckie, the rebranding of Dirty Dutch Music is going hand-in-hand with a number of huge new productions as well as a “cutting-edge, fan-sourced streaming platform.” While a few labels, like OWSLA and mau5trap, have tackled creating a streaming platform, none have tried creating a fan-sourced streaming platform before like Dirty Dutch is attempting.

To kick off the reinvention of Dirty Dutch Music, Chuckie has dropped the track “Vamonos,” a high-energy club banger, that’s sure to make you bounce. Working with Melbourne Bounce aficionados Kronic and Krunk!, Chuckie blends together classic elements of his “Dirty dutch” sound with Kronic and Krunk!’s bounce background to create a track that’s kicking off the new Dirty Dutch Music. Check out the track for yourself below and get excited for this new chapter for Chuckie and Dirty Dutch Music.

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