Ship Wrek Have Much To Celebrate With Release Of “Wait For You”

The time is now to familiarize yourself with Ship Wrek. This tasteful house duo is ready to bring a facelift to the current state of house music. Their ambitious productions will take them incredibly far and the results are just now starting to pour in. Formed by Colin and Tripp, the two bring an exciting sound and energy like no other.

Packed with versatility, their talents know no bounds as you’ll begin to hear a diverse and fun stigma throughout each record on their discography. Grabbing the attention of their peers like Skrillex, The Chainsmokers, Dillon Francis, etc… It’s no surprise to see that many others are beginning to catch on. Just listen to the product being delivered.

Making headlines for their recent single “Wait For You,” the soulful yet bouncy elements make up a delicious cut that is aimed for radio play or after hours at any club. It’s the songwriting genius in them that makes their tunes stand out. The ship is nearly sailing so board now or be left behind! Keep an ear out for the future of house with Ship Wrek.

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