Ronyz is further evidence of Israel’s high-caliber dance music production line. Establishing itself in recent times as a hotspot for music and acts, the young Tel-Aviv native is further proof of the trend.
Attracting some of the biggest names in the scene, in such a short space of time, speakers volumes of his work and impressive portfolio. Already with released on reputed labels such as Cr2 Records and Cloud 9 Dance, Ronyz is ascending the ranks rapidly.
With his previous work including note-worthy remixes of Dr. Dre, DJ Snake, Justin Bieber and Hardwell, his music has already been utilized on the fabled speakers of EDC and Tomorrowland’s mainstage speakers. Adjoined by a grand depth of original studio productions, Ronyz has consistently backed up his deserved attention.
Supported by the likes of Ummet Ozcan, Thomas Gold and Blasterjaxx early on, his latest round of support reflects is elevation, but also the quality of his Big-Room monster, “Rebirth”. Releasing on the renowned Ensis Records, the eastern European label has acted a platform for many recognizable acts. Already featured by the likes of W&W, R3hab, Yves V and Hardwell, the track has provided a number of dance music fans a reason to indulge in Big-Room once again.
Sitting at over four minutes, the track brings a crafted aurora to its overall impact. Putting together a masterful introductory sequence, topped by the roaring melody, the symphonic vibes are undeniably infectious. Laying out an intense composition, the drop demonstrates Ronyz’ individual flare within the sub-genre. Tantalizing in its energy formation across the bridge, the vocal riff acts as a fitting edge to the overall atmosphere created.
An igniter for any who use it, “Rebirth” is a serious weapon in the Israeli’s musical arsenal. Available today, check out the official preview below and be sure to grab your copy today!