Music Monday: Aston Fenly, GATTÜSO & Laidback Luke, Brohug, Bear Grillz, and QUIX & Juelz

Danish-born singer, rapper, and songwriter Aston Fenly makes his foray onto the world stage, dropping his debut single, “Sunrise,” via Universal Music Denmark.

Mixing hip-hop influences with the alternative rock and traditional Nordic music that inspired Aston to pursue a music career from a young age, “Sunrise” signals the dawn of a new era of emo-rap built on the foundation laid by the genre’s pioneers such as Lil Peep and Juice WRLD. Platinum-selling duo LITTGLOSS produced the track, which was written and recorded during a single late night session in a small home studio in Los Angeles where Aston now resides. 

GATTÜSO teams up with dance music icon Laidback Luke and pop artist/songwriter Sarah Reeves for the summertime smash “Heart On My Sleeve” – out now on Ultra Music.  

The explosive electro song has everything fans want in an anthemic dance hit – soaring vocals, a powerful build-up, and a cascading and energetic drop.

Fusing hip hop and dance together, Swedish trio BROHUG release their celebrated single “Gold On My Crown,” featuring impassioned rhymes courtesy of Born I. Over the past few years, the song became a staple in BROHUG live sets, including performances at Tomorrowland and Electric Zoo.
 
“This track was made on tour during long flights and hotel nights and has been with us all around the globe. Finally, the long-awaited ID from our sets is out! The rap vocal creates the perfect mix between hip hop and dance. The song has many memories from touring and will live in our hearts forever.”

Trance-inducing moments of serenity turn chaotic as Bear Grillz lets the bass rip on his jittery single “Fire.”

Earlier this year, the Denver-based DJ/producer released his six-track masterpiece, Reanimated. The EP broke down and rebuilt Bear Grillz’s forward-thinking sounds, featuring a fresh set of heavy-hitting collaborations with the likes of rx Soul, Nevve, and KARRA.

Trap powerhouses QUIX and Juelz have raced to the finish with this explosive collaboration. In this uneventful summer, “Chicane” brings the heat straight to your home. 

After teasing the track at QUIX’s EDC 2019 set, the hype around “Chicane” has been immense. The bass-heavy track throws you into the pit right off the bat – as the car engine ignites,  ominous sounds and hard-hitting bass attempt to prepare you for what’s to come. The drop counts down into a filthy beat, aimed to give you whiplash by the end of the song. Combining QUIX’s unique trap soundscape and Juelz’s hip-hop arsenal, “Chicane” is the perfect combination of edgy bass.

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