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More or less expected, more or less unlikely, the year 2022 is being rich in good music and also in major collaborations. The latest protagonists of a stunning partnership are the Dutchmen Armin van Buuren and R3HAB. These two dance music giants have come together to release a catchy crossover track, designed to make you dream about summer. 'Love We

The smash-hit of the 80s, ‘Call Me’ by Blondie and Giorgio Moroder, has just been given a revamp for 2022, with Gabry Ponte, R3HAB, and Timmy Trumpet teaming up to release their own rendition on Spinnin’ Records. ‘Call Me’ is upbeat, catchy, and will undoubtedly have you singing along and dancing to the beat, both in the club and at the festival; the

R3HAB, Jonas Blue, Ava Max, and Kylie Cantrall join forces for a new release, 'Sad Boy', a pop-infused dance single bringing a playful and uplifting melody to the forefront. Opening with rhythmic instrumentals, the track evolves with undulating, dynamic basslines and euphonious melodies, perfectly showcasing R3HAB's and Jonas Blue's craft of production. Global pop superstar Ava Max's bold, powerful voice adds a sultry and emotive touch to the lyrics,

Not afraid to experiment with his sound, DJ and producer Fadil El Ghoul, better known as R3HAB, collides with two hit-making superstars for a brand new collaboration released on CYB3RPVNK/Universal Music. Joining forces with Puerto Rican musician Luis Fonsi and Jamaican recording artist Sean Paul, the trio delivers a perfect reggaeton-dance record called 'Pues'.  If you're looking for a summer night's anthem layered with melodic beats and enchanting rhythms,

Finding his stride once again, trailblazing producer Fadil El Ghoul, known professionally as R3HAB, returns with a new single destined to climb global dance music charts. For a special track that draws on modern tech influences, the Moroccan-Dutch DJ teams up with Polish startup producers Fafaq and DNF, delivering an instantly catchy track titled 'Ringtone'; which debuts as the first release ever on Saudi label

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