Premiere: Sweetlick Boasts Refreshing Dance Pop Style In 2-Part Release 'SPF'

June 16, 2020 -

Justin Angle

Florida-based SweetLick has released a two-parter today, entitled SPF. A combo release that includes two ear-catching remixes worth the listen.

Luscious chord progressions and enhancements to the already heart-warming moments laid down by the original, is just a part of the energy SweetLick is bringing.

In a format which seems to be a repeating theme, sunkissed dance pop vibes fill the airwaves and bridge commonality between the two flips.

Nick Elliot and Ezra Jordan were clear natural fitting choices once the final end sound is experienced.

Having been working on various parts of music industry behind the scenes for over 6 years, SweetLick has had signings to labels such as Dim Mak, Circus Records, Brooklyn Fire, and many more.

With a primary focus on remixes in 2020, SweetLick knows how to toe the line between what’s popular, what feels good, and what’s fits the brand.


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