Leading dance music imprint Ultra Music has unleashed a massive compilation album featuring their biggest hits of the year. The compilation, Ultra 2020, is a perfect year-end review that singles out a selection of the year's biggest records from dance music favorites.
When it comes to prolific dance music labels Ultra Music is frequently in the conversation year after year. Ultra 2020 further evidences the continued prowess of the brand.
From Steve Aoki and BTS' game-changing pop dance hit "Waste It On Me" to NGHTMRE and A$AP Ferg's scorching "Red Lights," the compilation covers a spectrum of the records that shaped dance music this year.
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It has been a particularly exciting chapter in dance music with a record number of mainstream pop and hip-hop artists taking an active interest in working with the world's top producers. That trend is certainly one that has manifested itself in Ultra Music's discography. With 2020 on the horizon, there's no telling what the forthcoming year will bring but dance music shows no signs of losing center focus on the world stage any time soon.