Having toured around the world in pretty much every country I can think of, DVLM have been showcasing their diversity and cementing their place in the upper tiers of dance music.
Having amassed over 80 million streams on their collaboration with David Guetta and Kiiara, they are notorious for delivering hit songs with every single release. But having also worked with Dance heavyweights such as W&W and Diplo, it seems that this is just the first chapters of an extremely long and prosperous career for the pair.
The track is an astounding remake of the 1994 still in-demand wax classic, preserving the best elements of the original whilst adding modern touches that firmly catapult the track into 2018. With amazing melodies and festival vibes in abundance, it's undoubtable that the energy of this track will cement it firmly as one of the biggest songs of 2018.
Pretty much guaranteed to get the party started, "House of House" is absolutely perfect for any dance music event. Enjoy.
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