Don Diablo Brings Zak Abel Onboard for ‘Bad’

Don Diablo is here with another fresh dance release. Teaming up with Zak Abel, the track is the perfect blend of electronic music and pop – allowing for a wide listenership.

The infectious indie house sound is stitched together with quality soaring vocals from Zak Abel. The track comes together to result in a record that will work both on the dance floor and the radio, at the moment it may just be the latter…

Released on his own label Hexagon, the track is also licensed to major label Universal, which will assist in casting a wide net of the world and getting the track the attention it deserves.

“Bad is a cheeky track about guilty pleasures, which we can all relate to in one way or another. Musically speaking I really wanted to explore different sounds and push my own sonic boundaries as well as a producer.” Don Diablo explains, “..Bad is co-written with the super talented Elderbrook and features the vocal talent of Zak Abel, both have been high on my collaboration wishlist for years. I literally had the best time recording the vocals in my studio in Amsterdam with Zak and I look forward to performing the song together live for the first time very soon.”

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