It's not the primary time that brothers Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike — ranked No. 2 within the DJ Mag Top 100 DJs for the third yr in a row — have lit up a stage in China. Before turning up the music at SPACE Club Chengdu, they sat down with Billboard Radio China to speak about their music and future plans.
"We haven't performed SPACE earlier than, however with my previous expertise with the Chinese crowd, it's gonna be a banger," Like Mike shared. "This time, we’re going to deliver extra new songs to the group."
One of these jams is "Bounce" with Julian Banks, Bassjackers and Snoop Dogg.
During the summer season, the duo launched their seven-track EP Tomorrowland 2018, that includes the brothers and Tomorrowland's favourite hits as "a set of older songs that individuals actually wished to listen to from us," Like Mike defined.
It contains cross-genre collaborations similar to "All I Need" that includes Gucci Mane and "When I Grow Up" that includes Wiz Khalifa. "The extra music evolves, the thinner the borders between totally different genres are," he stated. "Rock is crossing over into EDM, EDM into hip-hop, and the opposite approach round. It's undoubtedly the time that everyone can collaborate, and we love working with hip-hop artists."
In reality, Like Mike is engaged on his solo album, which he revealed to be primarily hip-hop and "different urban-influenced music." "It's gonna be a busy yr for 2019, however we’re able to rock the group with extra reside exhibits, new music and totally different initiatives and songs to shock individuals."
To interact straight with Chinese followers, the brothers created their very own Weibo account, explaining, "We do handle our personal social media, and please assist us to greet our followers from China." Listen to the total radio interview on Billboard Radio China.