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Released 9 Years Ago: Martin Garrix & Usher – Don’t Look Down

Nine years ago, on March 17, 2015, Martin Garrix, after dominating the EDM scene with hits like ‘Animals’, ‘Tremor’, and ‘Turn Up The Speakers’, ventured into the pop realm with the release of ‘Don’t Look Down’ featuring Usher. This collaboration marked a departure from Garrix‘s signature mainstage sound, showcasing a vibrant and catchy pop-dance style. ‘Don’t Look Down’ proved to be a massive success, resonating with fans across both pop and electronic music spectrums, and has since amassed over 400 million streams.

Martin Garrix, known for his meteoric rise in both the electronic and pop music worlds, continued to demonstrate his versatility and knack for creating hit songs with this release. His collaboration with Usher, a renowned artist in his own right, added a new dimension to Garrix‘s music, appealing to a broader audience while maintaining the energetic essence of his style.

‘Don’t Look Down’ stands as a testament to Garrix‘s evolution as an artist, illustrating his ability to seamlessly blend genres and collaborate with a wide range of musicians. His continued success, marked by headlining major festivals worldwide, founding his label STMPD RCRDS, mentoring emerging artists, and achieving the #1 spot in DJ Mag’s Top 100 three times consecutively, underscores his unmatched passion, ambition, and influence in the music industry. This track remains a significant milestone in his career, showcasing his talent for crafting music that transcends boundaries and resonates with listeners around the globe.

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