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  • R3HAB and W&W Team Up for Catchy Eurodance Theme “Million Places”


    Fresh off the heels of their massive VIP remix for “Rock My Body” together, R3HAB and W&W have released their fourth official collaboration, “Million Places.” This one is really unique as it’s a Eurodance inspired track; a genre that W&W is very familiar with, but we haven’t really seen R3HAB dabble in. The result is, as you would expect, an incredibly catchy melodic track that will have the festival stage hopping.

    The Dutch superstars first premiered the song during their Tomorrowland Winter b2b and it’s pretty clear why this track dominates festival stages. It’s anthemic, it has ethereal vocals, there’s piano breaks, everything about the track is huge. I’ve only caught this track via livestream, but there’s no doubt, “Million Places” is sure to be a mainstay in both W&W and R3HAB’s live sets.

    “After months of testing and finesse-ing, Willem, Ward, and I are excited to officially release ‘Million Places.’” R3HAB says. “It was inspiring to premiere this record at Tomorrowland Winter during our b2b set, and we agreed the record was ready to release after the great response at Tomorrowland Mainstage last month. It’s our fourth and most anticipated collab, and I think our work keeps getting better.”

    “Loved working on this one with R3HAB, the vocals instantly hit us,” W&W say, “And it’s goosebumps every time we play it.”

    Check out the latest from R3HAB and W&W, “Million Places” out now on Rave Culture. Re-live their Tomorrowland Winter set below as well.

    This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: R3HAB and W&W Team Up for Catchy Eurodance Theme “Million Places”

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