Major Lazer’s Co-Producer Calls Out Zedd For Putting Out Same Song Twice

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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

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King Henry & RY X – Destiny (Original Mix)

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Budding talent King Henry caught the attention of RY X, leading to the birth of their glorious collaboration, “Destiny.” The indie singer’s ethereal vocals add a soulful, emotive element to track underneath that King Henry created, which pays homage to past electronic culture with heavy breaks while maintaining a modern edge with futuristic synthesizers. “Destiny” demonstrates the producer’s versatility once more, an impressive feat for an act just making it into the scene.

King Henry first caught the dance world’s attention with his reggae-esque remix of Justin Bieber’s “Cold Water,” later exploring more eclectic sounds in his debut EP, Don’t Stay Away. Considering his skill and the fact he’s already attracting acts like RY X to work with him, much success awaits him as he continues his dive into electronica.

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King Henry feat. NAATIONS – Don’t Stay Away (Original Mix)

King Henry feat. NAATIONS – Don’t Stay Away (Original Mix)

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Recent Black Butter debutant King Henry is not resting on the laurels of contributing a remix of Major Lazer and Justin Bieber’s standout Summer anthem “Cold Water.” Following fast on the heels of his original track, “Gold Dust,” the Los Angeles native continues the road to his debut EP for the Black Butter label with a second serving of eclectic electronic pop cut far from the the more sugary domain of his previous hit work.

Muted leads and focussed grooves carry the NAATIONS assisted “Don’t Stay Away” from its outset, building on King Henry’s proven ability to write catchy pop hooks whilst presenting them in an edgier, coarser setting. If the electronic pop market could be said to be getting a little too safe of late, it’s reassuring to hear the man behind some of its biggest hits taking a road less travelled and forging a truly standout solo presence along the way.

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