Why Don’t We Just Chill With R3HAB? New "Radio Silence" EP


Everyone has multiple faces/masks they wear in different situations, and R3HAB showcases this in his latest release. Today we are bouncing on over to CYB3RPVNK to check out R3HAB’s latest EP Radio Silence. While you may not have heard of R4HAB since his career started seven years ago, this Dutch/Moroccan producer has been evolving and growing in the grassroots of the modern music community. Since his adventure began, R3HAB has toured some of the best clubs in the world and amassed more than 300 million streams of his debut album. What is actually amazing however is that R3HAB was able to accomplish this with no major label backing, only working through his CYB3RPVNK imprint.
After having plenty of success with his debut album Trouble, it is only natural for him to pump out a brand new EP. While the only R3HAB track to be released on the EP is the title track “Radio Silence”, R3HAB makes up for it with providing plenty of remixes from other well-known producers to provide you with their versions of “Radio Silence”. “Radio Silence” allows R3HAB to showcase his chill side, with the help of Canadian vocalist Jocelyn Alice. When combined with the track’s organic instruments, her voice is completely out of this world.
If you need more R3HAB, he is launching his “The Wave” North American tour, where you can find tickets here.
You can check out the “Radio Silence” EP on Spotify!

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