Trouze – These Streets (feat. Brandyn Burnette)

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Los Angeles and Singapore-based trio Trouze credit their early creation with a serendipitous encounter at a Zedd showcase. After meeting in Miami, Declan Ee, Jovany Javier and Tat Tong joined together through their shared passion and sunshine-filled style. Now, with 17 platinum records between them, the trio are making their own notable waves in 2018. After two hit releases, “Splash” and “Busy,” the production outfit is closing out their year with a bubbly vocal pop record led by the saccharin vocal stylings of Brandyn Burnette.

Shapov & Trouze release remix package for ‘The Way’

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Back in November, Shapov and Trouze released the melodic single “The Way.” The single originally debuted at  Axwell / Ingrosso’s sold-out Heineken Music Hall show at ADE last year and its striking grooves and emotive tones made it an instant classic for big room house fanatics.

Now, the track has resurfaced with a full remix package for the single — out on Axtone — with twists likeMarcus Santoro’s big room edit, Lucas Silow’s nüdisco re-groove, Pete K’s stripped down version, Tom Tyger’s jungle influenced take, Sini & RMA’s expansive progressive house soundscape and even an acoustic version of the track to cap off the collection.

The remix collection has something for everyone.

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Shapov and the Singapore/America trio Trouze have officially released the piano-driven, emotive “The Way,” which made its stellar debut at Axwell / Ingrosso’s’s sold-out Heineken Music Hall show at ADE last year. Between the track’s stirring vocals and propelling melodies, Shapov and Trouze have once more solidified their stance in dance music.

After having begun 2017 with his Four Corners EP and subsequently bringing in 10 million streams on the work, Shapov toured tirelessly throughout the summer. He performed at Tomorrowland twice and also hit innumerable festivals along the way including Electrobeach, Los Alamos, Electric Love,  and Parookaville, to name a few.

Meanwhile, Trouze has been steadily making strides into the electronic scene, appearing on Armada and Mixmash, and collaborating with venerable artists like Elephante.

If the two continue pumping out tunes as hauntingly beautiful as “The Way,” it’ll soon be impossible for the dance scene to look in any other direction.



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T-Pain pairs with Crankdat, Bad Royale, UZ, & Trouze for first Dubset label release

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T-Pain, best known for multi-platinum hits like “Buy U A Drank,” “Bartender”, “Good Life” and “I’m On A Boat,” has never shied away from innovation. First popularizing auto-tune, then going acoustic on NPR Tiny Desk, and now offering up unreleased vocal samples for a collaboration with Dubset.

Dubset, which delivers mixes and unofficial remixes to streaming platforms like Spotify and Apple Music, reached out to its community of producers with the opportunity to produce their own take on the T-Pain vocals.

“I thought it would be a great way to get some never released a capellas into the hands of some dope producers/remixers,” said T-Pain.

Featured artists CrankdatBad RoyaleUZ, and Trouze all came through with their unique versions of the a capellas from “In the Air” or “Do Wrong.” Unlike official remixes, where artists typically only get a flat fee, these releases will pay all three parties: T-Pain, the producer, and the label.

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