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dzill Drops Bright New Single “Flow”

It’s summertime and dzill is back with a new banger. Fresh off the release of the Sedona EP ( its single ‘Valley’, was supported by deadmau5 on Spotify) including a fresh music video, dzill took on a summer feel for his latest release. The new instrumental heater titled ‘Flow’ hits you both as a spicy nu-disco burrito, as well as a laid-back chill vibe ala Funk Waves Vol 1. Perfect for a drive down Sunset Boulevard, this one will have you grooving out of your seat.

The New York based DJ has been staying consistent with releases this spring. Recent remixes included: ‘Dancing With a Stranger” by Sam Smith and Normani, ‘Gold’ by Sam Felt and ‘Thank u, next’ by Ariana Grande. DWAS took on a disco feel, while ‘Gold’ was full on EDM. ‘Thank u, next’ laid its roots in a classic r&b style, proving the versatility of dzill.

dzill “Flow”

Last November dzill dropped his biggest track to date titled “Bad Habits”. The track featuring NY based singer, Rachel Ellicott, has accumulated nearly 100,000 streams on Spotify. Over the span of the first month, the track was streamed over 40,000 times and has received support from EDM powerhouses such as Slushii, Sikdope and Sam Feldt. Last summer, dzill released a few special house remixes.The remixes included: Route 94’s “My Love” and Calvin Harris “How Deep is Your Love” which received international acclaim across the world.

Regarding ‘Flow’, dzill said, “Most of the music off Sedona was dark, deep and for the most part, minimal. I wanted to switch it up and write something bright, grooving and chill. I have a few tracks I’m working on which live in this soundscape.”

Check out ‘Flow’ streaming everywhere now!

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