Every year the dance music community descends on the beaches of Miami, given the attention and livestreams from ULTRA many artists use the event as a platform to introduce major new releases, and some of the newest hits make their way onto a global stage. While some of the new music heard during Miami is unreleased a year later, here’s some of the biggest new releases this week that we’re predicting will be in heavy rotation.
Tiësto & Mesto – Can’t Get Enough [Musical Freedom]
Following on from two recent releases ‘Halfway There’ with Dzeko ft. Lena Leon and ‘Can You Feel It’ with John Christian, the king of dance hits us with his second collaboration with Mesto on this highly anticpated weapon.
NGHTMRE & A$AP FERG – Redlight [Ultra Music]
Following on from his SHAQ collab ‘Bang’ with none other than Lil Jon, NGHTMRE chose the biggest week in American dance music to drop a heavy hitting ‘Redlight’ with ‘Trap Lord’ A$AP Ferg, this one will no doubt be getting a rinsing on bass stages for a long time to come.
Toby Green – Work It [Musical Freedom]
Currently the number 1 trending song on 1001 Tracklists, this heaving house tune from Danish youn gun Toby Green has been clocking in some serious support. We’ll expect to hear this one driving into crowds on a few stages and after parties all week long.
Don Diablo & CID – Fever [Hexagon]
When Don teams up with one of his long time label signee’s you know they’ve found some special sauce. ‘Fever’ blends Don Diablo & CID together for a perfect storm of funky future house that’ll get you raving all night long in Hexagonia.
Moguai ft. Luciana – Faith [Heldeep]
The Oliver Helden’s co-signed release ‘Faith’ from Moguai on Heldeep has been storming it’s way through the sets, the driving energetic production and super catchy vocals from Luciana make sit a prime party starter.
Jauz x SUMR CAMP – DANCE FLOOR [Bite This!]
This collaboration is a perfect mix of each artist, with a gropvy underground bass drop and punchy vocals, you’ll be sure to here this throughout Miami. Out not on Jauz’s own label.