EDM/pop punk crossovers have been in high demand as of late, but Martin Garrix has cast an even wider net by bringing an emcee into the mix.
In an interview with France's Fun Radio last month he revealed that among his 2019 releases will be a collaboration with a singer and a rapper. By the looks of things, he was talking about Fall Out Boy's Patrick Stump and Macklemore, respectively.
That is, if each party's recent social media activity serves as an indicator. Martin Garrix and Macklemore have each posted images to their Facebook pages captioned "I got this feeling on a Summer day." A GIF with the same accompanying text was tweeted from the Fall Out Boy twitter account.
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As pointed out by Your EDM, "I got this feeling on a summer day" is the opening lyric of "I Love It" by Icona Pop. It remains to be seen whether the Swedish electropop duo are directly involved or the new song is otherwise a derivative work.
Martin Garrix will resume touring with a May 3rd performance at the 2019 edition Landstreff Stavanger in Ålgård, Norway.
H/T: Your EDM