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Some Fresh Protocol Faces: “Don’t Know” by Moska, David Nova, & Jay Klash

It’s the middle of the weekend and you all know what that means. It is time for yet another release from Nicky Romero’s Protocol Recordings. To kick-start off our weekend we have “Don’t Know” an absolute festival banger from the Protocol gang. This time around we are treated to the varying styles of multiple artists such as MOSKA, David Nora, and Jay Klash. These three artists are all newcomers moving on up in the Protocol ranks, as all three Colombian artists are striving to make a name for themselves as prominent forces in the industry. MOSKA’s remix of J Balvin’s “Mi Gente” has already gained plenty of traction.

Protocol clearly knows what they are doing, as there couldn’t be a better time to release this track. “Don’t Know” is clearly a track hand-crafted for festivals, so what better time to launch right at the beginning of festival season? The track is an amazing collaboration between three fresh faces that don’t just appeal to one genre, as their styles bleed through a appeal to not just the bass music fans but to old school big room house fans as well. Whether it is the serrating synth work, the funky vocals, or the groovy percussion, somehow “Don’t Know” is going to grab your attention.

Make sure you check out “Don’t Know” below!

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