It's been almost a year since we've seen new music from Martin Garrix and Maejor's AREA21 project, but new music is on the way.
Titled "Help", we know nothing about the track other than the name, but we can expect production very different from Garrix's typical style.
AREA21 came onto the scene in 2016 when Garrix debuted music from the side project during his set at Ultra Music Festival.
Their hip-hop infused EDM showcases the Dutch producer's ability to step out of the progressive house lane that drove him to become one of the biggest names in all of dance music.
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David Israelite, president and CEO of the National Music Publishers Association, said major streaming services "have proposed the lowest royalty rates in history."
There is no confirmed release date for "Help", but the artists have indicated the track will drop sometime next week on Garrix's label, STMPD RCRDS.
Since 2016, the duo has only released five singles, "Spaceships", "Girls", "We Did It", "Glad You Came", and "Happy".
Martin Garrix fans have had a lot to be excited about recently. This weekend, Ultra Music Festival Korea announced their phase 2 lineup including the man himself alongside Skrillex, Virtual Self, and more.
H/T: Your EDM