You can expect big things whenever Starkillers teams up with Dimitry KO. The frequent collaborators have co-produced impressive originals such as “Light it Up,” “Do You Love,” and “Keep Pushing.” For their new collaborative track “Let the Love,” Starkillers and Dimitry KO have enlisted the talented Amba Shepherd for a more melodic output on Spinnin’ Records. Shepherd’s vocals beautifully compliment Starkillers’ and Dimitry KO’s signature booming, big room production. Having worked with Porter Robinson, Lazy Rich, Dyro, and more recently Hardwell on “Apollo,” Amba Shepherd is making quite a name for herself as a reputable EDM vocalist. “Let the Love” will be released on Spinnin’ Records on January 28th.
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