Valentino Khan has a new EP in the works, and he's released the lead single from it titled "Pony." The track is available on Diplo's Mad Decent imprint.
Khan had an interesting year in 2018, and it seems to be carrying forward into 2019. He kicked off his year with a string of tour dates for his Valentino Khan's House Party tour. In his laid-back style, the L.A.-native DJ/producer invited his fans to come out to the shows in slumber party attire.
The “Deep Down Low” hitmaker is now back with "Pony," which seems aptly named after the samples of a canter or a trot used during the track's breakdown. In his signature style, the song has a groovy feel accompanied by wobbles in good measure.
He also dropped new music early in the year with "Novocaine," on which he collaborated with Kayzo. The pair's collaboration is not exactly either one of their signature styles but more a gnarly mix of hardstyle, trap, moombahton and drum and bass.
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The track also follows one of his largest shows till date at the Hollywood Palladium which featured a B2B set with Shaquille O'Neal (also known as DJ Diesel) and a surprise appearance by the legend Snoop Dogg.
Known for his versatility, Khan has produced bangers from hip-hop club anthems to dance music hits, and proven his production knows no bounds. In addition to having produced hip-hop for multi-platinum and Grammy award-winning artists, he has continued to create his own sound in the electronic music world as an artist.
Over time, he has gained the support of artists like Diplo, Skrillex, Steve Aoki, Dillon Francis, and many more noteworthy musicians. His 2015 mega hit “Deep Down Low” was named "most played track by DJs" in 2015 by 1001 Tracklists, paving his way to stardom. In addition to his own music, he has released collaborations with Flosstradamus and GTA as well as remixes for RL Grime, Dillon Francis, Axwell & Ingrosso and Zeds Dead to name a few.