HARBER “Make U Dance” Will Have You Doing Just That

HARBER, hailing from New York City, just released his final original track of 2019, “Make U Dance.” This time around, Harry Berman, best known as HARBER, mixes it up, shying away from his typical “trop-pop” sound. “Make U Dance” dropped on Friday, December 27 through 450 Music, which is the label he released his Lexy Panterra collaboration (“More Than You”), spending 9 consecutive weeks on the Billboard chart (No. 21), and “Savior” feat. Axel, which was announced by Us Weekly magazine and premiered exclusively via Forbes. 

The uptempo, Mariachi-infused single is anthemic and fun, making it perfect for your new year’s playlist. To cap out the decade, HARBER’s “Make U Dance” follows his official remixes for NERVO (“Worlds Collide), released via Thrive Music, which was supported by the girls, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, and R3HAB, among others, and for Sultan + Shepard x Rock Mafia x Bahari (“Miles To Your Heart”), which saw its release on the official pack through 12 Tone Music. HARBER also headlined the iconic Mercury Lounge in NYC over Thanksgiving weekend — and has some big news to share in early 2020. 

Listen to HARBER “Make U Dance,” below: 

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