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  • D Malik Makes Epic Debut With “Prince”


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    D Malik is one of dance music’s newest faces, and with his debut release, he’s proving he’s here to stay. Teaming up with vocalist Michael Lanza, D Malik makes his massive debut with “Prince.” Out now on all platforms, “Prince” sits at the intersection of stadium rock and festival dance sound.

    The Dubai-raised, Los Angeles-based producer brings a unique perspective to his music, drawing inspiration from a multitude of genres from rock to electronic to rap. Inspired by the likes of The Weeknd, Daft Punk, and more creative megaheads, D Malik is the amalgamation of the best of modern day music.

    Speaking on his debut single in a press release, D Malik explains: “‘Prince’ is the nucleus – the start of this journey, in every way imaginable. It’s a piece I’ve been working on for almost two years, first created at my studio in Los Angeles and then taken around the world, from London to my hometown of Dubai. It was the first record from this new era that really impacted me – and the one that absolutely means the most…”

    An artist to watch now and well into the future, D Malik’s exciting journey is one to keep a close eye on. Not to mention, the rising artist dropped a power packed music video, which you can check out here.

    Stream “Prince” ft. Michael Lanza below, and be on the lookout for more D Malik in the near future.

    This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: D Malik Makes Epic Debut With “Prince”

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