Don Diablo Drops New Tune “Congratulations” Featuring Brando

Congratulations to industry heavyweight Don Diablo on releasing his brand new single! The song sees the HEXAGON brand founder collaborating with California native vocalist Brando, best known for his memorable contribution to the smash hit “Body” with Loud Luxury. The track bounces along with an ear-worm of a melody and standout vocals from Brando.

The bright feel of the song is perfectly exemplified by its optimistic origins. “Most of my life, I have been working every single day towards an invisible goal that sometimes seems unreachable. There are days when nothing you do seems good enough and the weight on your shoulders gets heavier and heavier,” muses Don. “Sometimes you need to look at your life from a helicopter view so you can see all the amazing things that have happened in your past…This song is about congratulating yourself, which, in essence, is something you should be doing as often as you can.”

After wrapping up his FOREVER Tour this fall, the DJ/producer is looking forward to the release of his highly anticipated album of the same name. “Congratulations” appears to be one of the first singles from the project.

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