Since dropping “The Middle”, Zedd, Maren Morris, and Grey have had their world flipped on its head. The song is an international hit and the world just can’t get enough of the pop-infused dance track. No strangers to the spotlight these artists have been all over the place with promotions and commercials including a Target
Prime Social Group is back with their biggest unveil to date. Now boasting nine festivals under the Breakaway, Prime, Haunted Fest, and #Fest brands, PSG’s elevating the supreme curation the brand’s been exploring at the intersection of hip-hop and electronic music. This year, Breakaway Music Festival serves as an outright testament to the booking that’s taking the industry by storm.
The festival will return to Grand Rapids’ Belknap Park on August 24 & 25 and Columbus’ Mapfre Stadium on August 24–26, expanding into a three-day festival installment for the first time ever.
Columbus’ Breakaway Music Festival Columbus welcomes the Grammy-nominated DJ and producer Kaskade, live electronic innovators ODESZA, the modern 4/4 master Chris Lake, OWSLA’s own bass champion Ekali, Phantoms, Kayzo, and more. Columbus will also invite some of contemporary music’s most in-demand acts including pop maverick Halsey, Khalid, and Quinn XCII.
Breakaway Music Festival Grand Rapids will also host ODESZA, as well as Borgeous, NGHTMRE, Migos, and many, many more.
As PSG’s booking outreach continues, Breakaway Music Festival will only continue to serve as an emblem of the brand’s coveted understanding of its young audience.
The stars are aligning. After months of radio play Zedd, Maren Morris, and Grey’s hit collaboration, “The Middle,” has finally received its highly anticipated live rendition.
On Saturday, April 28, Morris joined Zedd onstage at the OMNIA Nightclub in Las Vegas and absolutely stunned the crowd with her verses, later commenting on Twitter that it was her “first time hearing the song this loud.”
“The Middle” is currently sitting at No. 5 on the Billboard Hot 100, and has been on the charts since its January debut.
Whether you’re a Zedd fan or simply listen to mainstream radio, you’ve definitely heard the smash hit “The Middle” featuring the electronic duo Grey and country-pop star, Maren Morris. This track nearly exploded when it was released back in January, climbing all the way to the top of Billboard‘s Dance Mix/Show Airplay charts and hovered
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When Zedd, Maren Morris and Grey‘s “The Middle” came out at the beginning of the year, it quickly garnered millions of plays and views across platforms. The sugar-sweet dance/pop original featured Morris’ charming vocals over catchy production from Zedd and Grey, making for a surefire hit for all three artists.
Over the months since its release, countless remixes have surfaced on SoundCloud — but perhaps none as heavy as this latest one from drummer Ryan Browne. Browne has been making a name for himself by doing percussion-infused takes on songs like Krewella‘s classic “Alive” and Alison Wonderland‘s “Messiah.” With accompanying videos to demonstrate the hard work that goes into these remixes, Browne’s multi-instrumental skills shine. His remix of “The Middle” is backed by hefty guitar riffs and bass and is led by a fast-paced drum & bass rhythm. He’s taken the tidy pop elements of the original and worked them into a more rugged, passion-packed remix.
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King Henry, the co-producer behind Justin Bieber, MØ & Major Lazer’s “Cold Water” and Major Lazer and Nicki Minaj’s “Run Up,” has called out Zedd for his latest single “The Middle.” King Henry tweeted out that Zedd was really out here “putting out the same song twice lol. Really pushing boundaries out here.” zedd really