Some of the biggest names in dance music have been using the Ultra stage to debut new tunes this weekend. From Garrix's 10 new IDs to Hardwell's 12, fans are pretty much in heaven. But there were also some great official releases in the last week.

Dillon Francis, Basement Jaxx & More Remix Oliver Heldens and Tiësto

Oliver Heldens and Tiësto's first collab "Wombass" was such a hit the two decided to team up again. Their second collab "The Right Song" featuring Natalie La Rose was just as successful, making its way into several mainstage sets. Now, "The Right Song" has received the remix treatment from Dillon Francis, Basement Jaxx, Mike Williams and Tom Zanetti & KO Kane. Stream them via Spotify below.

Kygo Drops New Single from Debut Album

Dance music's favorite Norwegian producer is back with a brand new track. The other day Kygo unleashed "Fragile" with English singer/songwriter Labrinth. The release comes after Kygo and Labrinth performed the collaboration on Norway's Late Night With Thomas and Harald. The new single will appear on Kygo's 15-track debut album, Cloud Nine, which also received a new release date - May 13 on Ultra Records/RCA records. Pre-order here.

Major Lazer Drops New "Buddy Bye" Collab for Free DL

Major Lazer teamed up with Toronto producer Grandtheft to revive the 1985 hit song "Buddy Bye" from reggae and dancehall legend Johnny Osbourne. Fans may remember that Major Lazer previously sampled Osbourne in their 2012 collaboration "Jah No Partial" with Flux Pavilion. Grandtheft first teased the collab during his Diplo and Friends mix on BBC Radio 1Xtra. Renamed "Number One," the track was released for free download just in time for the 2016 Ultra Music Festival in Miami this weekend.

Major Lazer is fresh off their historic show in Cuba, which Diplo referred to as "the most important show [they] have ever done." Watch clips from the show and read about its significance here.

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