R3hab jumps ship to Musical Freedom for his next original production alongside usual remix collaborator ZROQ. The big room track is not what you’d expect from the chainsaw maestro, as he drops his weapon of choice and takes a step out of his comfort zone. “Skydrop” features anticipating synths and big room chords, striking with the power and edge that make do for a festival stage. Fadil and ZROQ bring their A games to give the track’s title meaning — a feeling of the sky dropping onto the dance floor. Give their latest collaboration a listen and purchase it from Beatport from Tiesto’s imprint.
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