GRMM - Something From Nothing (ft. Quinn XCII)

April 13, 2016 -

Tae Na

Can "Future House" be main stream? Will we see Future House tracks played on the radio? Can it develop a big enough fan base to go main stream? These are some of the questions that EDM fans like myself have been asking lately with the rise of artists like Prince Fox, Oshi, and many more. I believe that the eventual evolution of EDM (much has already happened just in the last 5 years alone) will lead us to hear tracks like this one from GRMM and Quinn XCII on the forefront of the mainstream market. GRMM, the producer/DJ from Australia teams up with the Michigan-native singer Quinn XCII to produce this unique, genre-bending track.  Rather than compromising one artist's sound to fit into a certain track, I really enjoyed the fact that both of these artists brought their own unique sounds collaboratively to form this head-nodding, foot-tapping wonder.

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