While we have a set impression for a producer once he returns to a label, and we are often more surprised than we’d care to admit. On our latest visit to Protocol we are checking out “Don’t You”, the latest drop from BLVNCO. BLVNCO is rocking the pool in his own right. Debuting as BLVNCO on Protocol back in 2020, Romeo Blanco has caught the attention of EDM fans worldwide with his previous singles and six main stage performances at Tomorrowland as well as other major music festivals. BLVNCO made a strong debut with “For Your Love” alongside TImmo Hendriks, which immediately sparked momentum for a strong initial start as a professional musician. BLVNCO is best known for his hit “The Mood” with Henri PFR & Veronica, which snagged a spot in the Top 20 on Belgium’s Ultratop list.
As the abysmal year that is 2022 is finally starting to close its doors, more and more producers are shifting their mindset to invoke positive energy on the dancefloor. BLVNCO, who has already become quite known for his firestarters over on Protocol, is primed and ready to set these positive vibes a light. While “Don’t You” is fundamentally a tried and true progressive house track, it also showcases BLVNCO’s dynamic skillset as he switches between the multiple monikers he performs under. Overall the track is uplifting and oozing with positive vibes in between the rhythmic bassline, transforming into a multi-faceted experience that is still dancefloor friendly. While this is only BLVNCO’s 3rd single released with Protocol, we hope to see many more in 2023.
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