Nicky Romero Samples Chemical Brothers With Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike in "Here We Go"
With Tomorrowland just around the corner, we are going to see plenty of new tracks from the biggest producers in the industry today. Keeping out weekend vibes grooving we have “Here We Go”, the latest collaboration between Nicky Romero, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike. As we mentioned before, Romero is one of the modern producers to change and mold today’s electronic music scene how he sees fit. Not only has he founded one of the most prolific modern electronic music movements, he is constantly on DJ Mag’s Top 100 list year after year and has attributed heavily to the global spread of electronic music. We are glad to see that Romero is back in the producing chair, as the modern industry still needs a bit more of his influence.
“Here We Go” is a fantastic blast from the past that showcases both modern and past style of electronic music. In place of using another artist for vocals, the producers decided to sample the vocal work from the classic electronic hit “Hey Girl (Hey Boy)”, made popular by The Chemical Brothers back in 1999. While “Here We Go” is essentially a modern makeover of “Hey Girl (Hey Boy)”, Romero and company are still able to generate that sweet “four-on-the-floor” style of vibe. IF we had to guess, we would say the track was crafted specifically for the main stage.
Make sure you check out “Here We Go” on Spotify below!
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