The incredible success of “Nothin’ More I Need” (feat. Brendan Reilly) has caused Felix and Rrotik to team up for a collaboration and roll out this immense, bass-heavy, club ready banger “Boom, Boom, Boom.” The production consists of an impressive amount of vocal hooks and “boomy” bass line.
The vocal samples are really the icon of “Boom, Boom, Boom.” The kick, of course, partnered with the deep house-styled bass line is nothing short of remarkable. You can hear snippet of Right Said Fred’s “I’m Too Sexy” throughout. “Boom, Boom, Boom” is a house tune that keeps you wondering about what’s coming up.
Felix is a dance music pioneer based in Los Angeles, California and known for his classic “Don’t You Want Me,” which as been sampled by Madonna, Snoop Dogg, and David Guetta. His extremely successful career of 25 years and counting has amassed him over 3 million sales and a plethora of awards. Felix is also part of an underground music project called The Partycrashers. He’s garnered attention from many other electronic music pioneers like Francois K, Carl Craig, Oscar G, EDX, Pasquale Rotella, Oliver Heldens, Chris Lake, Horsemeat Disco, Mednas, Beckwith, Danny Tenaglia, and many, many more.
Rrotik is a dance music genius from Brazil who is known for his boastful and subwoofer-driven basslines and club anthems. He’s released music on the prestigious dance label MTA (Chase & Status) and remixed for Chris Lake’s “Stomper” and Fono’s “Real Joy.” He polished off an impressive performance at Truth Nightclub in Johannesburg in 2016 and will be announcing a tour for 2017 soon.