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News |  26 Apr 2021 13:11 |  By RnMTeam

Deorro, OMI, GATTUSO, Broken Back and more! Out Now via Ultra Music!

MUMBAI: Deorro ft. Jon Z - Ponte Pa' Minative producer Deorro teams up with Puerto Rican rapper Jon Z for their new single “Ponte Pa’ Mi.” The latin dance track features high energy basslines, synths, and a reggaeton drum beat, paired with Jon Z’s trap-influenced vocals to create a dance hit. “Ponte Pa’ Mi” is Deorro’s third single of 2021, following “Me Siento Bien” with Alex Rose and KURA, which was praised by critics and fans alike and was the first vocal feature off of the upcoming album due out later this year, and “Si Tú No Estás Aqui” with LÚA. This upbeat track is perfect for Summer, and we cannot wait for Deorro's album due later this year!

Listen to "Ponte Pa' Mi"

OMI ft. Bori - Hello Hater

Jamacian artist OMI releases “Hello Hater” featuring singer Bori. An upbeat track perfect for Summer, the “Hello Hater” energy and message match, being positive all around. With lyrics discussing the importance of being nice and how hard work pays off, the artists keep the music light-hearted to match the lyrics. “Hello Hater” is OMI’s second release of 2021, following “Party Like It’s Your Birthday” with Studio Killers. This new track is bound to be a summer classic with it’s fun energy and good vibes!

GATTUSO ft. Violet Days - Save Me

New York based producer & DJ GATTÜSO releases infectious dance single “Save Me” featuring vocalist Violet Days. GATTÜSO offers up a new twist on contemporary bass house with an anthemic emotion-tinged gem featuring bright piano chords, ambient synths, dark bass and empowering lyrics to sing along to. Stockholm based alt-pop vocalist Violet Days’ airy and bright vocals add depth to the track and implores the audience to listen to themselves and choose happiness. GATTÜSO continues to set the bar high this year, following his latest remix of “Come Back Home” by Petey Martin & Lauren Daigle, which is currently climbing the dance music radio charts. “Save Me” is a timeless dance track with an inspiring message that is sure to resonate with the masses.  

Broken Back - Oh My

Broken Back… is back, releasing his fourth track of 2021 today, "Oh My," via Ultra Records. After his Jan. 22 release, and first release of the New Year, "We Go," Broken Back's next single was "Survive," which was released Feb. 19 and featured Eastern influences. Following that, “We Are” was brought to life on March 26. All four singles, seemingly being released one per month, follow his sophomore album Good Days, which helped to kick off Broken Back's hard-earned success. "Oh My" enters the room with a beautiful steel drum melody, adding in a background beat quickly after the introduction. The passionate vocals, once again, fit perfectly with the instrumentals and lure you into the dream-like rhythm. This track screams good vibes and is the perfect song to chill and maybe dance to on the beach with a partner or some friends.

Tenacious - Call On Me

London-based producer/DJ trio Tenacious release their first record via Ultra Music, “Call on Me.” The house music collective has been making music together since 1998, originally releasing music under the name Aptness. “Call on Me” is their third single of the year, following “Dreams” and “Tell Me.” The house track reimagines Blondie’s “Call Me” and gets it ready for the dancefloor; a perfect combo of lyrics you know and love and an instrumental that will get you moving!

Orang Utan - Who's Your Love?

Indie House newcomers Orang Utan are here with their first Ultra single, titled "Who's Your Love?," out today! Not only does the music video feature Orang Utan in their favorite habitat, wearing ape masks jumping on space balls, it also has the purpose to preserve the habitat of real orangutans in Borneo. Together with the WWF, the newly Ultra Music signed act wants to celebrate their first release by creating a new way of taking action for the environment – but not without enjoying it. Orang Utan has created a donation campaign to go along with their first song that lets people donate with their ears; Every time people listen to the track on big streaming platforms, 50% of the revenues go to, the name says it all, orangutans in Borneo.