Two producers are making a comeback statement with the new standout single "Messiah." Alison Wonderland and Grammy winning hip-hop producer M-Phazes team up for a refreshing and energetic collaboration that has been a long time coming for both artists.

For M-Phazes, "Messiah" teases a new sound that is sure to influence his upcoming album set to drop in 2017, his first album in over three years.Having previously made his imprint in hip-hop producing records for the likes of Eminem, Logic and Lupe Fiasco, fans might see this as a departure from his signature style.Nonetheless M-Phazes finds himself in good company with fellow Aussie producer Alison Wonderland who has also enjoyed the spotlight since the release of her critically acclaimed 2015 debut album Run.For fans of both producers "Messiah" is worthy of the hype. Keeping it simple with memorable melodies and catchy songwriting sometimes is all it takes to capture the perfect vibe.Check out the full collaborative single below.

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