When two powerhouse Dutch producers get in a studio together, a hit traditionally follows. That statement rings especially true when the collaboration is lead by none other than progressive house superstar Nicky Romero. He's here to deliver "Dynamite" in collaboration with Mike Williams and renowned singer/songwriter Amba Shepherd. What started as an internet friendship has blossomed into a classic main-stage bop out now on Romero's Protocol Recordings.
"I got to know Mike by Instagram, we were in touch for a while when he asked if we could do a studio session anytime soon, so we planned everything and came out to the studio, worked on a few ideas and got this one going really fast," said Nicky Romero (real name Nick Rotteveel) in a statement. "Great working with someone who is very hands-on with his production, the reason why we could work really fast!"
One thing is for sure: These two producers have the progressive house formula down to a science. They know exactly what will get a crowd going. "Dynamite" is layered with all the bouncy bass and arpeggiating melodies fans could ask for. Shepherd's beautiful vocals are the cherry on top.
Nicky Romero and Mike Williams Revisited
This single follows Rotteveel's recent edit of Trilane's "Never Forget," which was a trip down memory lane for those fist pumping back in the early 2010s. This summer he dropped an original in collaboration with the new #1 DJ's Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike titled "Everybody Clap." Catch him live while touring the globe on his Redefine tour which includes stops at London's The Gallery, Academy in Los Angeles, Medusa Festival in Mexico, PRYSM Nightclub in Chicago, and Ultrasonic Winter Festival back home in the Netherlands.
Williams is coming off two successful releases in 2019 including his long-awaited collaboration with Hardwell, "I'm Not Sorry." After catching major attention with his 2017 hit "Feel Good" with Felix Jaehn he's traveled around the world playing festivals like Ultra Music Festival and Tomorrowland. With a mentor like Tiësto, the Dutch producer's trajectory knows no bounds.