Hardwell is back to close out 2019 with a bang. Wrapping up another successful year, the Dutch producer has joined forces with a familiar face, Revealed Recordings mainstay and fellow Breda producer Suyano. "Go To War" is finally ready for official release after previously dropping on Hardwell's Revealed Volume 10 compilation.
Big room house fanatics will be delighted to have yet another future hit on their hands. Built for stadium crowds to belt out the battle cry lyrics, this is a track that will hype fans up right into the weekend. Though the legendary producer is no longer touring, there is a high probability you will catch this played across the festival circuits.
Hardwell (real name Robbert van de Corput) is coming off a successful collaboration between Deorro, MAKJ, and Fatman Scoop titled "Left Right." The Revealed label head might have stepped back from live performances but that does not mean he's slowed down professionally. This year he's dropped hits like "I'm Not Sorry," "Reckless," "Retrograde" and "Summer Air." You can also catch him trying to escape from prison on the fun Dutch YouTube series Jachtseizoen.
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Something must be in the water in Breda, Netherlands. Suyano (real name Sjoerd IJpelaar) follows predecessors like Tiësto, R3hab, and W&W by becoming one of the new hot artists to emerge from the region. His love of music started at the ripe age of eight years old with the drums. Later in life, he went on to producing and soon gained a following after dropping the single "Playing In The Sun" - which dropped just this year. He's previously worked with van de Corput on the track "Light It Up" featuring Richie Loop.