California native DJ/producer KSHMR is gearing up for Amsterdam Dance Event (ADE) by doing what he does best: dropping an anthemic new single. "Do Bad Well" features Los Angeles vocalist Nevve and is out now via his label Dharma Worldwide. In true KSHMR fashion, this track interweaves his worldly sound with the traditional big room format.
The track opens with a distant guitar as Nevve's smooth vocals beckon their way in. As the song builds so too does the acoustic guitar. The meat of the track features chanting vocals and determined bass line. It's definitely built to get a large stadium crowd to sing in unison.
KSHMR (real name Niles Hollowell-Dhar) has been taking the global electronic market by storm for years now. He recently released a short documentary KSHMR: Back To My Roots, which documents his 13-year career from The Cataracts to now headlining some of the world's top festivals.
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In 2017, the Berkely native launched his very own label, Dharma Worldwide. The label has seen much success over the past few years and is now hosting a showcase at ADE next weekend, October 16th. Dhar will be headlining alongside Melbourne bounce producer Timmy Trumpet.