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Last summer, Martin Garrix officially broke all bounds with Spinnin Records and MusicAllstars Management due to ownership contentions over his musical catalogue. While the young producer found himself in a lawsuit on the one side, and devotion of thousands of fans and industry’s individuals on the other side, Garrix and his team have seemingly managed to come out of this crisis only strengthened and recently announced his own imprint STMPD RCRDS. In turn marking an unambiguous milestone in his exceptional career. Shortly afterwards the young Dutchman released the long-awaited “Now That I Found You” alongside John Martin, delivering his first release on his newly established label.

Martin Garrix then demonstrated his reinvented brand and fresh career platform at the Ultra Music Festival Maimi Main Stage, where he stood by his earlier promise to fans to premiere 8-9 new tracks during the set. And in retrospect it is fair to say that his set was one of the highlights of the festival. Garrix exemplified his revised versatility during his set, delivering a blend of big-room house, a French-techno inspired track, and a bass driven track featuring Bebe Rexha.

What caused the biggest sensation however was his fresh and innovative IDs. The speculations about potential collaborations on his new tracks started to buzz around the internet throughout last weekend. And now at least one of the possible contributors has now been exposed!

Those who follow Martin Garrix on Snapchat spotted a selfie on his account recently with Sweden’s superstar Sebastian Ingrosso. Garrix then confirmed the collaboration between the two giants in a recent interview with “This Is EDM”, stating that the picture was taken in the studio while editing the track. It is, however, still uncertain, if the collaboration will be found on Martin Garrix’ upcoming debut album, which can be expected in April, or if it will be released as a separate single.

Stay tuned as we bring any further developments on the topic!

 

H/T: This Is EDM



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