Wax Motif & Matroda’s New Heater Will Make You “Loose Control”

Australian dance export Wax Motif launched his Divided Souls label a few months ago with a Diddy featuring collab of the same name, now he reveals the next instalment. Teaming up with the powerhouse Croatian producer known as Matroda for a bass house banger “Lose Control,”.

Together, they are taking heads off the rails with “Lose Control”, a hard knockin’ collab that will make you do exactly what the track is named after. The record breathes new life into the iconic vocal sample “music makes you lose control,” blending bass-heavy rhythm with a tech-house groove that highlights the best of both artists musical styles. 

Divided Souls is Wax Motif’s new imprint and its lead single sharing the same name took off this past summer. Divided Souls is the tale of Wax Motif’s brand and artist craft. The “division” is around the production skill-set from house music, electronica, beats for pop and hip hop. The “Soul” is the passion that Wax puts behind his production and the artist creativity. This second single with Matroda is a heater set to be a DJ favourite moving into 2020. Be on the lookout for this one!

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