JOINTZ Teams Up With Hvrbron, Nitrite, and Jrxse On New Single

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South Florida brothers, Chris and Jarrod, have slowly been gaining their footing in the quickly evolving trap scene. With each and every release this duo, known as JOINTZ, gains more momentum while showing no signs of slowing down. They have a long list of releases all well above 10k plays and have shared the stage

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Kill Them With Colour ft. David Spekter – Diamonds (Original Mix)

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Wesley Marsh, known under the moniker Kill Them With Colour, has released a breathtaking future bass original titled “Diamonds.” Collaborating with David Spekter, the innovative producer has created a piece that features invigorating vocals, fluttering synths and an enthralling melody. “Diamonds” delivers a moving vibe with bittersweet lyrics and energy-infused progressions.

Kill Them With Colour has produced a variety of remixes and original tracks that juxtapose from chill and wavy, to bass thumping and room-shaking sounds. With more than eight million combined views and listens on YouTube and Soundcloud, Kill Them With Colour has become a mainstay in the Hype Machine charts for remixing artists such as Marian Hill, Zella Day and ZHU, among many others. With his latest, Kill Them With Colour proves to be an ingenious artist with unwavering talent.

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“DIAMONDS!”

ELOQ – Diamonds [Next Wave]

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Next Wave has definitely hit the jackpot with ELOQ’s “Diamonds” by managing to land a vocal feature by MØ no less. Though they’re not able to credit the singer in the title, once you hit that play button it’s not too hard to hear the Danish singer’s distinctive voice.

“Diamonds” is a slow-moving yet fiery affair which should have you enchanted the second MØ’s vocals come in. ELOQ does a great job with the production applying layer after layer of sound constructing the perfect texture for the vocals to cut through. Perfectly placed between future bass and future pop, “Diamonds” might not become the mainstream hit that MØ’s last few singles are, but should definitely emerge as a timeless track reminiscent of her older catalog.

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Afrojack & Jay Karama – Diamonds (Original Mix)

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Dutch producer Afrojack recently released his latest trap working, “Diamonds,” on his Wall Recordings label in collaboration with Australian producer Jay Karama. While the track sits nicely in Jay’s catalogue of ferocious trap cuts, this new piece provides further insight into Afrojack’s stylistic prowess that introduces a more aggressive, hard-hitting sound, leaving no space for minimalism.

The track steadily builds with an assertive edge before catapulting into unapologetic fury. Warped vocals echo atop thumping bass kicks as the duo unleash a riotous concoction of unwavering percussion and laser synth jabs that are sure to throw dance floors into complete mayhem.It is yet to be seen if this new release is Afrojack’s permanent departure from the dutch house sound that initially popularized him. Either way, the no-frills production behind the track is surefire reminder that the producer doesn’t feel the need to confine himself to one genre.

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Afrojack Treks Into The Unknown In Brand New Collaboration

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Afrojack has ditched his roots for “Diamonds,” his new collaboration with Jay Karama showcasing a relentless breed of trap fused with big room.

Released today on Wall Recordings, the new single is a stark contrast to Afrojack’s previous work, undoubtedly influenced by the innovation of Australia’s Jay Karama. Though both of the artists are present in the track, Karama’s contributions shine through with a refreshing structure and engrossing breakdown. Have a listen below, and snag “Diamonds” for yourself, here.

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