Two of the biggest figureheads in big room house, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike and W&W, join Armada Music head honcho Armin van Buuren for a collaborative new original, "Repeat After Me."
When the announcement of this collaboration broke earlier this week there was no indication as to what stylistic form "Repeat After Me" might take. The three Dutch acts have worked closely with each other over the years, but they've also each dabbled across a wide spectrum of electronic genres.
"Repeat After Me" sees ambassadors of Tomorrowland Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike aligning more closely with their signature, heavy-hitting house sound. Following a year that saw the duo enter the trap and pop dance music realms alongside collaborators Wiz Khalifa, Gucci Mane, and Snoop Dogg, the duo find themselves returning to form just ahead of festival season.
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Following their recently released collaboration, "Ready To Rave," van Buuren and W&W once more find themselves in each other's creative company. They have a storied history of work together. Similar to their previous offering, "Repeat After Me" sees the two skewing more towards the heavier spectrum of dance music. While it remains fitting for the main stage, van Buuren's more pop dance influences are noticeably absent from this track.
Fans of thumping kicks and anthemic synth riffs are not going to want to miss this. Get into the festival spirit with "Repeat After Me," out now on Spotify via Armind.
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