This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Ocean Dive, Junona Boys & MØRFI Join Forces On Intoxicating “Boys” Cover
Ocean Dive, Junona Boys & MØRFI Join Forces On Intoxicating “Boys” Cover
Already marking their third release this year, exciting collaborators Ocean Dive, Junona Boys and MØRFI have just teamed up once again to share what might arguably be their most exciting cover to date with “Boys.” Taking on the 2017 original “Boys,” which was released by pop icon Charli XCX, Ocean Dive, Junona Boys and MØRFI’s rendition turns the minimal pop gem into a full-on slap house anthem that’s bound to start lighting up dancefloors across the world in no time.Ocean Dive, Junona Boys and MØRFI are close collaborators, thus having curated an unmatched synergy that is more than apparent on “Boys.” Out via ENFORCE RCRDS, the single immediately kicks off with the help of thumping kicks and our beloved slap house basslines. As the exciting vocals lead listeners towards the drop, the tune sports a short verse break that switches to trap drums and hi-hats, making up for a unique change of pace, before the climax explodes into dance madness.Ocean Dive has had a meteoric rise since he started releasing music back in 2021, managing to sign his debut single “Where It Hurts” to Sony Music Entertainment Sweden, and continuing by releasing music through labels such as One Seven Music and Warner Music Russia. He has been extensively working with ENFORCE RECORDS in 2022, having already released 9 singles since January, and amassed millions of collective streams.Junona Boys is a Ukrainian artist and producer who has built a massive following on social media, as well as amassed millions of streams across platforms through his diverse repertoire of songs and viral covers, most notably his redo of “Relax, Take It Easy” by MIKA.MØRFI on the other hand is one of the most exciting rising names within the slap house genre right now, having extensively worked with the likes of EQRIC and Coopex. His debut release “Hate Me” alongside Besomorph and EQRIC covered Ellie Goulding’s homonymous single featuring Juice WRLD, and has amassed more than 7 million Spotify streams to date, while being featured on editorial playlists such as Main Stage and Dance Brandneu.