ATB Taps Topic & A7S For New Version Of ‘9PM’, 23 Years After Original Release

Legendary German producer/DJ/songwriter ATB teams up with Topic and A7S on“Your Love (9pm)”–the first-ever official remake of ATB’s breakthrough 1998 hit, ‘9pm (Till I Come)’.

Working together in a German studio, ATB and Topic flawlessly blended their musical styles to create the track, along with A7S, who finalized the lyrics via video call.

The words “remake” and “2021” cannot be said without “slap-house”, and that is exactly what has occurred here. While slap-house may be a bit overdone now, there is no denying that it works on this. The combination of the drop and ATB’s killer melody works very well and all slap-house fans are sure to love this one.

“Over the past 20 years, I’ve received so many requests for collaborations, remakes and cover versions of my song ‘9pm (Till I Come)’ but I passed on them all because I was never really satisfied with the sound of the approach nor the final,” explains ATB. “Then I listened to Topic’s ‘Breaking Me’ together with Rudi (management) and we immediately had the feeling that these two sound worlds could fuse together perfectly.”

“‘9pm (Till I Come)’is an absolute dance classic that I’ve known and loved since I was little,” says Topic. “It is therefore a great honor to be the first to reissue this number together with ATB. The typical ATB guitar riff paired with my ‘melancholic dance music’ sound and the unmistakable voice of A7S results in a perfect symbiosis!”




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