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  • Writer's pictureNicholas Zallo

R3HAB & Icona Pop Unleash Summer Ready Smash ‘This Is How We Party’

Legendary Dutch/Moroccan DJ/Producer R3HAB has been an unstoppable force in the dance world for sometime now.  While he has released on most of the worlds top labels, he has somehow been able to stay fiercely independent, moving at his own pace and breaking boundaries since day one.  Between his remixes, originals and collaborations, R3HAB has amassed a nearly immeasurable amount of streams while continuing to tear down dance floors in the worlds top clubs.

Now with 2019 well underway and his North American tour having just wrapped, R3HAB is moving full steam ahead.  Most recently, he has teamed up with famed Electro Pop duo Icona Pop got a massive new single, “This Is How We Party”, which sees the main stage destroyer bring a more commercial, radio friendly cross-over record to the masses.  With Icona Pop delivering an energetic, anthemic feel on the vocals, R3HAB lays down a vibrant, bubbling production.

About the inspiration behind the tune, Icona Pop says, “As kids brought up in the 90s, we wanted to honor this party anthem ‘S.O.A.P. – This Is How We Party’ that feels as awesome today as it did back then! This collaboration with R3HAB felt like a perfect match and bridge over to what dance music is today.”  While the verses leave plenty of space for the vocals to marinate, the tune quickly builds up into a grooving instrumental drop that is sure to light dance floors in fire.

Via percussive synth chords, intricate lead melodies and harmonic basslines R3HAB turns out a brilliant vibe that is sure to carry through the end of the year.  When asked about the collaboration, R3HAB says, “I’ve been a fan of Icona Pop ever since their first record release and I’m so excited to have a collab with them. This track was so fun to make and I hope everyone enjoys the positive vibe that it stands for.

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