Returning to the release radar with a stunning collaborative release, flourishing German DJ and producer Noel Holler and renowned talent Fedde Le Grand collectively deliver a stellar sonic masterpiece in the form of ‘Tokyo Lights’. The dancefloor hit is a blend of both their iconic signature sounds mixed together to effortlessly cultivate an addictive pop-leaning hit. ‘Tokyo Lights’ is available now across all streaming platforms via Universal Music.
The radio-ready hit opens with an alluring vocal cut courtesy of French Original, supported by a serene sound display. A slow build leads us into the chorus of the track, revealing an addictive melody sure to be left ringing in listeners’ ears. Following the highly-anticipated drop, an explosion of synths delight the earwaves with a hooking beat sure to be a dancefloor pleaser. ‘Tokyo Lights’ is a flawless addition to both producers’ discography.
23-year old rising dance music talent, Noel Holler, is making his presence known with a slew of noteworthy releases. Hailing from Bielefeld, Germany, the tastemaker has made quite the impression with his recent release ‘Every Morning’, featuring German singer Leony. Revered artists such as Hamburg-based DJ trio Lanné and The Netherlands-based DJ duo Bougenvilla all make their mark on the track. The globally-adored tune has been enjoyed over 2 million times, with each of the remixes receiving upwards of 100,000 streams, a credit to the burgeoning producer. Noel Holler has secured himself as one to watch with ‘Tokyo Lights’ being a stellar addition to the young producer’s back-catalog.
Fedde Le Grand is considered to be one of the most defining figures in the fast evolving genre of house music. His influence is felt continually throughout the electronic landscape and has been a constant force for over a decade. With a discography larger than most, Fedde has a multitude of timeless hits, including ‘Put Your Hands Up For Detroit’, ‘Let Me Think About It’, ‘Back & Forth’, ’So Much Love’, ‘Sparks (Turn Off Your Mind)’, and ‘Devils’. Fedde Le Grand continues to grow with the rapidly changing music scene with ‘Tokyo Lights’ being a prime example of his ability to move with the times.
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