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  • Afrojack and Cesqueaux Team Up for New Festival Banger “Danger”


    AFROJACK and Cesqueaux are back again with a brand new single, “Danger”. The two debuted the track during AFROJACK’s Ultra Miami set last year, and now, almost a year later, the track has been properly released. The two previously teamed up on “Drums” which was released under AFROJACK’s NLW alias, which seeks to bring his more club and festival based sounds to the forefront.

    Enlisting Dutch vocalist Kalibwoy for his dancehall style vocals, “Danger” is an undeniably energetic track. This time Cesqueaux takes the lead on production with Nick providing the assist. The drop is pure festival bliss, with blaring horns, rapid fire snares and fat synths. There’s even some trap horns in the breakdown after the drop. Here’s what all the involved parties had to say about “Danger.”

    “The most energetic song you’ll hear all day”. – Cesqeaux

    “Was great to work with my brother Cesqeaux again and I’m excited to share this heavy hitting collab” – AFROJACK

    “Most energetic track! EDM with a bit dancehall ‘fraaaaasss’” – Kalibwoy

    Check out the latest from Cesqueaux & AFROJACK presents NLW, “Danger” featuring Kalibwoy out now on Wall Recordings.

    This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Afrojack and Cesqueaux Team Up for New Festival Banger “Danger”

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