Sikdope (real name Dawid Kabaciński) has whipped up a brand new festival anthem titled "Raindrops" out via Spinnin' Records.
"Raindrops" is a high-energy crowd pleaser, similar to Kabaciński's other recent releases. The track begins with a hypnotic melody and transitions into a slow buildup, finally winding into a fast-moving drop that'll have fans jumping. Receiving early support from Marshmello, "Raindrops" will certainly see more support this festival season.
Kabaciński has continuously brought the heat since his anthem "Snakes" dropped in 2016. Last year, he brought us a slew of powerful singles such as "My House," "Badder," and his official remix "Lights Go Down" by Zeds Dead and Jauz. This year he's also racked up a stream of hits, like his collaborative effort "My Whistle" with Tiësto and his single catchy single "Rave." Keep an eye on Sikdope, as his 2019 is looking to be prolific.
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