Generik Feat. Nicky Van She – The Weeknd

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Ο Generik προχώρησε στην πρώτη του μεγάλη κυκλοφορία, με το “The Weekend” να διασκεδάζει και παράλληλα να χαλαρώνει μ’ έναν σωστό ήχο ο οποίος πιστοποιεί κατά κάποιον τρόπο την ανοδική πορεία του παραγωγού. Μάλιστα σύμφωνα με τελευταίες πληροφορίες, ονόματα όπως Diplo και Skrillex έχουν αρχήσει να παρακολουθούν τις δουλειές του.

Cool has a new sound! ‘Tour Of Cool’ connoisseur GENERIK has taken time out from his International highflying lifestyle, as professional party starter, to invest in his passion for the music that drives his life. Generik’s maiden voyage into the studio is a colossal collab with Nicky Van She, frontman for digital pop auteurs Van She. It’s aptly titled ‘THE WEEKEND’, features Nicky Van She on vocals, and is coming out on ONELOVE for the World.

A joyous story of parties lived and loved, wild adventures celebrated and savored, The Weekend hotwires hyperactive house with euphoric ‘90s rave piano, a sleek guitar solo and Nicky Van She on vocals. Naturally, the track was born on a bender, which started in a London pub and spilled back to Nicky’s house to all hours. “Nicky started singing the vocal into his phone on the train home,” recalls Generik Tyson. “We got home and started banging out the piano chords and the core of the track was made.”

‘The Weekend’ signals a pivotal point for Generik, since cutting his teeth at iconic Melbourne clubs like ONELOVE and SuperDisco, this self-confessed joker of the deck has become the ace of clubs, here and abroad. Armed with killer sets and that famous 1000-kilowatt smile, he’s the jet-setting, party punk that’s earned the attention of DJ dons like Diplo, Brodinski, Gesaffelstein, Skrillex and Calvin Harris. It’s that quest for the perfect party that propels Tyson’s music and runs deep within ‘The Weekend’.

“I think if you put ‘The Weekend’ on and you don’t want to dance, there’s definitely something wrong with your brain or your ears.”

The original comes backed with a stella remix package primed with Belgium’s Arches (Seba – Moonlight Matters and Jochen – Sound Of Stereo) leading the charge and Terace giving up the bass house slant.

Welcome to The Weekend.

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