DJ Snake, Offset, Gucci Mane, 21 Savage & Sheck Wes Connect For ‘Enzo’

The week of mega collaborations continues with DJ Snake unveiling new single ‘Enzo’, it follows the Selena Gomez, Cardi B and Ozuna featuring “Taki Taki” and is no doubt another single taken off what will be his yet to be named sophomore studio album which is expected to arrive this year.

Teaming up with Sheck Wes and featuring Offset, 21 Savage and Gucci Mane, DJ Snake presents us with a low slung, catchy bop about fast cars. According to his Zane Lowe interview there is already a music video in the works which will feature many black and white models of the cars, if his past videos are anything to go by the internet will eat it up. 

‘Enzo’ shows DJ Snake is continuing to recruit star-studded features from outside the dance world. An effort that will no doubt continue to take the Parisian artist to new heights, albeit the track has a fairly stripped-back beat and leans heavily on the features. A move that makes a lot of sense with the collective talent on the record, and given we are in a currently hip hop dominated mainstream market it could be another one that racks up billions of streams worldwide.

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