Following his well-supported remix of “Young” by The Chainsmokers, Nicky Romero has returned with yet another astounding production. For his latest release, the prominent powerhouse has joined forces with Israeli protégés Teamworx for blissful new tune “Champion Sound“.
Entering this year, Nicky Romero maintained his high-ranking status with the awe-inspiring “Iconic” alongside John Christian, and kept the momentum rolling with several high-quality remixes. Now with this brand new single alongside Teamworx, who have had an impressive 2017 campaign in their own right, Romero simply continues to prove why he is one of the top musical masterminds in the business.
Now featured on Protocol Recordings for a fourth time, Teamworx are certainly making an impression on the scene. Due to play at Amsterdam Dance Event during Romero’s Protocol label night itself next month, the duo’s work has already been played on radio stations including BBC Radio 1, and at festivals such as Ultra and Tomorrowland.
Bold in ambition, their 2017 remake of the monumental “Atom” alongside Tom Swoon is still charting as one of the most supported tracks of the year. This comes only on top of their worldwide success in 2016 with “Make The Crowd Go“, alongside Corey James, a track that has truly opened new opportunities in the industry and gave them a chance to make a name for themselves. Now, with two of the most anticipated upcoming releases of the year, “Never Stop“, a brand new SIZE Records release, as well as “Energy” alongside Fonk Recordings’ label boss Dannic, the Israeli duo has to slowly but surely be considered as a serious player in the dance music world.
“Champion Sound” was road-tested during the entire summer season, and fans were able to hear the majestic gem at festivals across the world. With its astonishing power, the track will immediately give the listener goosebumps. The flow of energy amps up with the striking chord progressions and synths in the break, which altogether transition into the mighty drop.
You can download the track here, or stream it below.