Following a year that most EDM DJ/producers could only dream of, Illenium has demonstrated no intention of resting on his laurels. Case in point: "Crashing" ft. Bahari. The first of the Denver talent's 2019 singles, exudes the sort of singalong value that renders a piece of music timeless.

Whether due to her suggestive lyrics or the color of the chords framing them, Bahari's vocal makes a memorable centerpiece in "Bahari." Illenium (real name Nicholas D. Miller) gives her the spotlight for most of the arrangement; he even opted for a more radio-friendly drop than his usual crowd-stirring brand of EDM.

Miller rose to fame over the past five or so years, advancing from hometown hero to festival favorite. Before last year drew to a close, however, he made perhaps his biggest announcement yet. He concluded a performance at NYC venue Terminal 5 by revealing over the mic that he would headline Madison Square Garden in 2019.

According to a press statement, Illenium will announce the date of his Madison Square Garden performance as part of a tour announcement that will come out "very soon." In the meantime, he will resume touring with a performance at Omnia Nightclub in Las Vegas, Nevada on February 15th.

Stream or download Illenium's "Crashing" featuring Bahari across platforms here.

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