Two weeks ago, news broke that Martin Garrix was gearing up to resume live performances after injuring his ankle. On July 4th, the 23-year-old Dutch producer returned to the stage for the opening party at Ushuaia Ibiza.
A number of fans believe that during his performance, Martin GArrix (real name Martin Garritsen) teased a new track titled "These Are The Times" which features vocals from JRM.
In May, Garritsen suffered an ankle injury during his performance at OMNIA Nightclub in Las Vegas. The injury lead to a number of cancelations including his Ultra Korea performance, at which Porter Robinson was called in to help replace the Dutch progressive house prodigy.
This weekend's show marks the beginning of his residency at Ushuaia Ibiza which will run weekly until August 29th. He's set to play alongside a wide variety of supporting acts including, Louis The Child, Lost Frequencies, Salvatore Ganacci, and more.
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At the time of writing, Martin Garrix has neither confirmed nor denied that the speculated JRM collaboration is one of his tracks.
H/T: Your EDM