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TIMMY TRUMPET X AFROJACK bring the heat with ‘STAY MINE’

Two of the world’s most renowned dance artists Timmy Trumpet and Afrojack have joined forces for an incredible new single: ‘Stay Mine’. It’s a team-up that resulted in something quite remarkable; a melancholic yet powerful record featuring cool pulsating bass chords, nicely rolling house rhythms, subtle drops, and invigorating vocals.

So, what happens when two of these major forces bring together their productional skills. You’ll end up with ’Stay Mine’, a record that’s definitely something out of the ordinary.

Kicking off with cool throbbing bass chords, the record builds momentum with powerful vocals, moody synths, and subtle, 80’s styled drums. When progressing towards the chorus, the beat drops into an incredible pulsating rhythm, enhancing the bass line with warm sound effects and a sweet pop hook.

Altogether, ‘Stay Mine’ delivers energy with its electronic groove, uplifting drum fills and undeniably cool bass chords. At the same time, there’s a feeling of longing that overshadows the song; an emotional message in the vocals, and an expression of melancholy when beautiful, muted horns guide you to the end of the record.

Timmy Trumpet aims for the heart this time, while not forgetting to make you move in the meantime. And he chose the ideal partner for it; Afrojack brings his best sounds to the table, making sure there’s a 2021 instant classic about to be unleashed. It will stay yours forever.

“I've always wanted to work with Afrojack, we have so much fun whenever we are in the same room. The melody was great to work with and the chorus is tough and tender all at the same time. Really happy with this one!” – Timmy Trumpet

“Timmy and I have been friends for many years so it’s great to finally have a record together.” – Afrojack

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