Sometimes the most organic collaborations are the product of pure happenstance. That appears to have been the case with Bob Sinclar's "Electrico Romantico" featuring Robbie Williams, which is out now on Armada Music.
"Electrico Romantico" marks a significant stylistic shift for Bob Sinclar (real name Christophe Le Friant) when compared to his 2018 summer hit, "I Believe." The former track's downtempo arrangement better suits the vocal contributed by Williams.
The song came about after Le Friant ran into Williams at a charity event organized by the French high school his children attend. Both artists' careers extend back to the '90s.
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Stream or download Bob Sinclar's "Electrico Romantico" featuring Robbie Williams via Armada Music across platforms here.