Up-and-coming London-based duo WiDE AWAKE just released their new track, ‘How It Go’ featuring vocals from Indiah via Dim Mak Records.
The genre-bending track incorporates elements of future bass, R&B, and pop. Indah’s sultry vocals perfectly complement the smooth beginning, leading to a drop with powerful cascading synthesizers. The track proves the duo is here to make an impact on the dance music scene.
WiDE AWAKE have been busy, constantly pumping out both singles and remixes via their SoundCloud. Their tracks range across several genres, including trap, future bass, moombahton, and even some dubstep, proving this dynamic duo can’t be put into a box. Keep an eye out for WiDE AWAKE!
Stream the track below and make sure to keep an eye out for these rising artists.
WiDE AWAKE – How It Go (feat. Indiah) | Download
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