Armin van Buuren wasn't content to let his collaborations with W&W end with last month's "Ready To Rave." For their next endeavor, they've also tapped the world's biggest Belgian big room house duo.
Titled "Repeat After Me," the song sees both acts team up with Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike (DVLM) and will arrive by way of van Buuren's Armind imprint. No teaser clip is available at the time of writing - and based on the three Dutch artists' eclectic discography of late, it could fall anywhere on the spectrum between pop and hard trance.
Both Armin van Buuren and DVLM have received the #1 distinction on different years of the DJ Mag Top 100 awards series. W&W broke through when van Buuren's Armada Music record label released their 2008 single "Mustang," and in 2016 collaborated with DVLM on "Arcade."
"Repeat After Me" by Armin van Buuren, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike and W&W will come out on Armind this Friday, January 11th. Pre-save the single on Spotify here.
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