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EDMsauce.com Artist of the Week: Famba

What is going on dance music fans!? We hope you are having a killer start to the festival season. Today we are bringing you yet another INCREDIBLE artist in our AOTW series. His name is Famba and he is an absolute killer on the circuit right now!

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Following his Top 20 radio debut comes, “Swear to God,” the new single from Famba. Already one of Canada's fastest rising dance music artists, Famba is on quite the run with his previous single, “Wish You Well” reaching the #14 spot on Canada’s CHR Music charts, getting over 3.5 global streams and his earlier releases such as, “Vibe” garnering over 27 million global streams and “Space” sitting at over 3 million streams to date.

Swear to God is an upbeat emotionally driven song with unexpected folk inspirations yet a high level of dance appeal. Production standouts in the song include soaring gang vocals in the chorus and a powerful drop sure to please any EDM fan. In talking about the song, Famba says, “For the longest time, I’ve been wanting to make a song with a big chanting anthem-like chorus.

This song turned out exactly as I had first envisioned way back then.” Famba is quickly earning a reputation for his heartfelt songs and laudable production talents.

Earmilk described his sound as, “perfectly crafted, body-moving EDM mixed with dreamy pop that contains an alternative edge.” With more songs already in production and talk of an EP already underway, expect to see a lot more in 2019 from Famba.

Check out Famba's socials below! Thank you so much for tuning into yet another series of EDMsauce.com's Artist of the Week.

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