German producer Topic (real name Tobias Topic) is well known for creating killer dance-leaning pop anthems. His latest, "Breaking Me" featuring A7S, is no different. 

Released via Universal Music, the song is enigmatic and edgy. Vocals from A7S match a bouncy bass line and clubby synths. Vaguely tropical house, this track is fit for both dimly lit dance floors and pop-inspired festival sets. 

Carrying Topic swiftly into the new year - and a new decade, for that matter - "Breaking Me" is his sixth single to come out in 2019. It follows his Friends and Music collaborative EP with KAYEF and T-Zon, which showcased Topic's ability to produce beats underneath German hip-hop. The EP came as a surprise to Topic's dedicated listeners, as it was the first time his sound departed from his typical, upbeat style.

This track shows a return to Topic's pop-centric production. Only time will tell which direction (if not both) he brings into 2020. 

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