Fedde Le Grand sits down with Spinnin Records to discuss his upcoming single, “Raw,” the future of young producers, and his solo album in the works. He reveals that “Raw” came about while on vacation, where he produced the main hook as an extension of “Sparks.” When asked about which young producers have caught his ear, Fedde drops names such as Julian Jordan and Dannic. While he may not release another track this year, Fedde has formally announced that he has been working on his own studio album that will be completed sooner than later. Check out the full interview and anticipate the Christmas Eve release of “Raw.”
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