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Axwell /\ Ingrosso have had one of the most successful careers in the industry both as a duo and as individual artists. 2017 proved to be another triumphant year for the Swedish masterminds, with the release of their well-supported track called “I Love You” with Kid Ink and notable performances around the world including their recent main stage set at Ultra Music Festival Miami.

While they are prominent around the world, many people still have questions surrounding two-thirds of the former trio Swedish House Mafia. Recently, Axwell /\ Ingrosso both held a Q&A session for the YouTube channel Ask Anything Chat in which they answered some questions directly sent by their fans.

Axwell /\ Ingrosso were asked if they are currently collaborating with fellow Swede Alesso, to which they responded, “Not really at the moment”. The duo was also asked about their upcoming EP and mentioning its featured tracks, Axwell /\ Ingrosso revealed, “First of all, we have “More Than You Know”. Then “How Do You Feel Right Now”, “Renegade”, and “Terminal 5″”.

A couple of fans brought up Axwell /\ Ingrosso’s newest single “I Love You” and asked how the collaborative track came upon. They stated:

“We started out with that ‘I Love You’ part and we started to produce. We happened to have an intial idea with some strings and an acid bassline drop to it. And then we thought we could find a rapper who could sing and rap at the same time and have a chilled-out flow. We connected with Kid Ink who was excited and that was how it came about”.

During Ultra Music Festival, Axwell /\ Ingrosso took center stage and delivered one of the best sets throughout that entire weekend. Talking about their favorite moment, they said:

“The most fun part of it was when we brought up the live stream viewers so they could meet the people at Ultra.”

Throughout the Q&A session, Axwell /\ Ingrosso answered other random questions, including one about DJ’s they admire and another about Brazilian influences within their sets. You can check out the full video below.



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