Martin Jensen Talks Performing in Asia, Shares His Essential Set List


Danish DJ and report producer Martin Jensen sat down with Billboard Radio China in Taipei to speak about his efficiency in Asia, his monitor "16 Steps," his signature DJ set listing and upcoming occasions.

A heat welcome from Asia followers made it one other unforgettable expertise for Jensen at Tomorrowland United 2018, Taipei. Jensen carried out with 5 of his unreleased songs to the gang as a shock: " I solely examined it in Europe, and it's good to check it in Asia as properly," he shared. "I’ve a very massive crowd right here in Asia… It is admittedly superior to see that my tracks are working all around the world."

Describing his DJ set as "energetic, sing-a-long and catchy," he additionally shared his important and "must-have" songs in his set, which incorporates "Made in China," the Latin-inspired monitor "Masela" and the well-known hit "Solo Dance."

"I'm taking part in for the gang and never taking part in for myself, so it’s important for me to make the proper decisions for the songs," he stated. "If the gang is somewhat lifeless, it influences me, however as a result of I’m having fun with what I’m doing, so I all the time maintain my power excessive."

On his newest monitor, "16 Steps," he stated he wished to find some new music that’s completely different from the membership and tropical home tracks he’s recognized for: "This time, I've been touring a lot world wide, and I’ve bought so many experiences and impressions on me. I actually wanna attempt one thing no matter reveals up."

For the tune, he collaborated with singing sensation Oli Holt, who he stated is an ideal match for the monitor. "Her voice is so wonderful, and her voice match completely," he stated. "I believe having Oli Holt on the monitor is a sign in itself of how completely different this new monitor is."

As to what's subsequent for Jensen, he can be releasing a radio single in October and a handful of latest tracks sooner or later, together with "Pull Up."

To hear extra, take a look at the total interview at Billboard Radio China.