The Dutch/Moroccan artist Fadil El Ghoul, professionally known as R3hab, is back with the help of Israeli psytrance duo Vini Vici. "Alive" is the melding of two genres to result in a sing that is sure to light up of dance floors worldwide. Featured on the track are Pangea & Dego to round out this global festival hit. Along with the drop comes a visually stunning sand art music video.
The upbeat anthem has an intense pulse and bass line to it. The drum line is kicking loud and proud in this one. The leading note is the whistling that will get stuck in your head all day long. The vocals round everything out to make this the perfect track for summer.
El Ghoul had a major breakthrough with his debut album "Trouble" back in 2017 under his own imprint, CYB3RPVNK. It elevated him to the top of in electronic music amongst some of the biggest names in the game. This year alone he's dropped a wide variety of tracks including his Radio Silence EP, "All Around The World" remix, "This Is How We Party" with Icona Pop, "Don't Give Up On Me" with Julie Bergan, and a slew of official remixes.
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Vini Vici are a duo that has taken the industry by storm. They have played over 230 shows per year worldwide and continue to shell out impressive tracks. They've taken psytrance to the masses with tracks like the "Free Tibet" Remix which became one of the most successful psytrance songs on YouTube racking in over 90 million plays. They are on the way to the top after receiving 2018 DJ Mag's coveted "Highest Climber" title at the #34 spot. Be on the lookout for these two.