Dirtyloud & ETTA Collide On ‘Love Me Better’

After a quiet 2019 and nothing from him in 2020, Brazilian star Dirtyloud returns with a brand new single. ‘Love Me Better’ sees the talent join forces with ETTA, landing on SUITOR, a new sub label from MIX FEED.

ETTA provide the perfect flair for Dirtyloud’s punchy house beat. The artists are a match made in heaven, one can only hope this is not their last collaboration. Dirtyloud further pushes his piano house production, something that he continues to amaze with.

This is one again another solid release from SUITOR. With a number of releases under their belt, SUITOR are slowly creeping into the dance music scene as another impressive label.

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