Veteran hitmakers Alok (real name Alok Achkar Peres Petrillo) and Quintino (real name Quinten van den Berg) have released a collaborative effort titled "Party Never Ends" via Spinnin' Records.
"Party Never Ends" is a summer club anthem that fans of both Petrillo and Van Den Berg will be bumping till the sun comes up. Coming in hot with an addictive bass line, two opposing vocals quickly make their way in and lead into a minimalistic drop held together by an intoxicating whistle.
Petrillo's success is unquestionable, as the Brazilian superstar just hit 1 billion streams on Spotify. With 15 years in the game, he has released numerous hit tunes including his collaboration with The Vamps and Felix Jaehn, "All The Lies," as well as his work with Timmy Trumpet, "Metaphor."
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Van Den Berg also claims the title of superstar, as he sees continuous support from some of the biggest names in the dance music industry such as Hardwell, Tiësto, and Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike. While only halfway through, 2019 is shaping up to be a massive year for the Dutch DJ/producer, as he's already released a number of singles including "TUTUTU," "teQno (Music Is The Answer)," and "Can't Bring Me Down."