Martin Garrix is giving fans one last treat before we close out the decade. He just unveiled that he will be releasing a remix EP on New Year's Eve. The compilation will feature a remix of each of the seven songs he released in 2019.
Dubvision, Dyro, Julian Jordan, and more have lent their talents to the Dutch EDM superstar with their reimaginings of some of his hit singles. Fans are looking forward to revisiting some of the new additions to Garrix's hit-filled library.
Just days ago, he released his collaboration with Matisse & Sadko, "Hold On" ft. Michel Zitron. Fans have also been keeping an eye on the new developments in his lawsuit with Spinnin' Records that were uncovered just before Christmas. While that in and of itself is a lot of news, the EDM world was sent into a frenzy when Zedd teased that a collaboration with the Dutch prodigy might be on the way.
2019 Remixed by Martin Garrix will release on December 31st, 2019. You can pre-save the upcoming compilation album here.
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