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  • Released 14 Years Ago: Tiësto & Diplo – C’Mon


    Fourteen years ago, two of the biggest names in electronic dance music, Tiësto and Diplo, teamed up to create ‘C’Mon’, a track that quickly became a standout release in a year crowded with EDM milestones. Released on May 12, 2010, ‘C’Mon’ captured the essence of the burgeoning EDM movement, featuring powerful synths and dynamic production that showcased the distinctive styles of both artists.

    The instrumental version of ‘C’Mon’ resonated deeply within the EDM community, gaining over 50 million streams online and solidifying its status as one of the year’s defining tracks. The later addition of vocals by Busta Rhymes expanded its appeal, bringing it into the mainstream spotlight and introducing the vibrant energy of EDM to a broader audience.

    Tiësto, hailed as “The Greatest DJ of All Time” by publications such as Mixmag and “The Godfather of EDM” by Billboard, continued to dominate the global music scene with his innovative approach and spectacular live performances. His ability to captivate audiences at major festivals like Coachella, Electric Daisy Carnival, and Tomorrowland has made him a legendary figure in dance music.

    Diplo, born Thomas Wesley Pentz, has proven himself a dynamic and influential force in music. As a member of Major Lazer, part of the psychedelic supergroup LSD, and half of Silk City with Mark Ronson, Diplo has pushed the boundaries of genre and style. His label Higher Ground has been a platform for groundbreaking releases, further cementing his role as a pioneer in the industry.

    ‘C’Mon’ remains a testament to the powerful collaboration between Tiësto and Diplo, reflecting a time when electronic music was rapidly evolving and gaining widespread popularity. The track not only marks a significant point in their careers but also in the evolution of EDM, continuing to be celebrated for its impact and timeless appeal.

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