Canadian DJ and electronic music producer Rolls Rollin has quite literally been on a roll as of late. Having emerged into the scene just last year, he has already delivered 10 dominant tracks.

His latest offering "Unholy Invasion" is a high-energy club scorcher that stays true to its name with its hyper-house arrangement. This frenetic single employs a sweltering, fast-paced tempo, infused with a pounding sub bass that transports listeners to an intergalactic ride. 

Drawing on happy hardcore influences, "Unholy Invasion" is a bold step forward for the Toronto-based artist. Out now on Rollin Royalty Records, his very own record label, "Unholy Invasion" further situates Rolls Rollin as one to watch. 

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With each release Rolls Rollin showcases his ability to blend genres—from bass house to hardcore and old-school rave to riddim. Gravitating towards the harder edges of the EDM spectrum, the versatile producer has proven capable of creating soundscapes that are nothing short of mind-melting and wholly unique. 

You can find "Unholy Invasion" on your preferred streaming platform here.





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