As Protocol continues to grow and add new blood to their roster, their sound is going to evolve from the progressive sound we’ve become so familiar with. This week we are heading back on over to Protocol for ” “You’re Not Mine”, the latest single from Charles B and Kamil Ghaouti. These two talented artists decided to collaborate on “You’re Not Mine”, making their latest Protocol drop one for the books. Hailing from France, Charles B has been incorporating his future bass sound into the Protocol ecosystem, making “You’re Not Mine” his third drop on the imprint so far. Charles B’s music has been featured on outlets like BBC 1 and Sirius XM, as well as receiving support from the likes of Martin Garrix and Diplo. Bringing us a dose of Spanish flair, Kamil has dropped tracks on labels such as Warner Music and Armada Music, as well as plenty of support from artists like Jonas Blue and Lot Frequencies.
Even though Protocol has always been know as the go-to label for progressive house music, they are taking this turbulent time in society to mix everything up and experiment. That latest entry in this experimental sound bin is “You’re Not Mine”, which tosses aside traditional progressive sounds in order to change up their sound. Charles B and Kamil take this track to play around with the track’s core elements, highlighting groove and big room elements and letting them take center stage. The track lets an upbeat piano serve as their guide, allowing emotion to flow outward from their his and her vocal performances. The feeling of unrequited love is a common one among the masses, freeing up “You’re Not Mine” to be relatable to anyone who decides to push play.
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