Every week, a member of the EDM.com team collects a list of their favorite tracks from the last week. This week, our Staff Picks are curated by our staff writer Lauren Mikkor who has delved into a range of genres, shedding some light on a number of not-to-be-missed, must-add-to-playlist tracks. 

So without further adieu, enjoy Lauren's 5 favorite tracks of the week:

Tim Omaji - Delilah feat. Pusha T (Didier Cohen & Matysek Remix) [FREE DOWNLOAD] 

The American-born DJ and Australia's Next Top Model mentor Didier Cohen and Matysek have collaborated with Tim Omaji, remixing his hit song ‘Delilah' featuring Pusha T. The track comes as a change to Cohen's usual work, bringing forward an edgier, darker side to the artist's musicality, coming in strong with late-night house vibes - perfectly sculpting a sultry and seductive rework of the original. 

Seekae - The Worry (Roland Tings Remix)

The rising Australian artist Roland Tings has curated a dancefloor focused rework of Experimental electronic trio Seekae's track 'The Worry.' Tings has managed to fuse his flavour with the brooding vocals of the pop-tinged original, adding in deep chords, graceful synth work, and drum-machine percussion to great effect. 

Armin van Buuren feat. Mr. Probz - Another You 

Armin van Buuren has joined forces with multiplatinum singer-songwriter, rapper, and producer Mr. Probz to create the first single from Armin’s forthcoming full-length studio album. “Another You” features Armin‘s newly discovered penchant for synth ping-ponging and Mr. Probz‘s alluring vocal touch, creating an emotive, festival ready track that will undoubtedly shake mainstages all over the world. 

Tigerz - I Want You

The French producer has delivered a really REALLY tight tune with this one. Rinsed with a clean and fierce beat that is fused in perfect harmony with the vocals and main synth, is led with a beautiful melody and breakdown that could cause havoc on the speaker system. The track brings Flume-esque vibes to the speakers and provides drops that are set to satisfy any bass cravings. 

Zuri Akoko and Nicole Millar - 21 Questions (50 Cent Cover)

Art can be a beautiful thing, no matter what the premise - especially when it comes as a fusion of fierce electronic vibes and haunting Aria-award-winning vocals [Peking Duk - High ft Nicole Millar]. Australia's newest female dance music icons Zuri Akoko and Nicole Millar and have proved themselves as a team to be rivaled with by dropping their highly-anticipated collaboration this week. The pair's sleek electronic styled cover of the 50 Cent classic '21 Questions' has made the track difficult to ignore. 

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