[March 24, 2017 – New York, NY] Following the release of Martin Garrix & Dua Lipa’s Scared To Be Lonely – The Remixes Vol. 1, the pair have now unveiled the second wave of official remixes, Scared To Be Lonely – The Remixes Vol. 2, available today at all digital service providers.
Scared to Be Lonely – The Remixes Vol 2. sees Gigamesh, Medasin, Loud Luxury, Conro, Loopers and Joe Mason re-imagining the hit single to deliver a package brimming with sure fire bangers.
Released last Friday, Scared to Be Lonely – The Remixes Vol.1 has received great critical reaction. Billboard raves: “Brooks starts things off with a big dose of festival house. DubVision comes through with a big build and a bouncy drop. Zonderling gets real synthy, Alpharock delivers some sparkle over a drum’n’bass beat, and Funkin’ Matt proves he is indeed one funky motherfunker on a fun house rinse. It rounds out with an emotional house rework from Julien Earle that may or may not have you drunk-texting your ex. ”YourEDM declares “The massive collab with Dua Lipa has spread far and wide, and has quickly become one of the favorite Garrix tracks of his fans. Today, six stunning remixes to the track are released, including the long-awaited remix from Brooks.’’
Earlier this week, Martin Garrix and Dua Lipa made their debut television appearance together, performing their hit collaboration “Scared To Be Lonely” on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. Click here
The world’s #1 DJ Martin Garrix and ground-breaking female artist star Dua Lipa’s certainly delivered the goods with ‘Scared To Be Lonely’. Hailed by Billboard as ‘a sensual future bass single’, the stunning collaboration has seen the duo rack up over 150 million streams on Spotify alone and a further 90 million plus views to date for their sublime video accompaniment.
Currently in the midst of Miami Music Week, Martin will be headlining Ultra Music Festival tonight, with more appearances lined up at major worldwide festivals such as Lollapalooza, Coachella and Tomorrowland in the coming months. On track for yet another mammoth year, the young trailblazer will also be making Ibiza his second home for the summer with his hotly-anticipated residencies at Hï and Ushuaïa.
ABOUT MARTIN GARRIX:
It’s easy to get lost in the numbers behind Martin Garrix’s meteoric rise – the 20 year old Dutch superstar has already set precedents and scored landmarks at every corner of the music industry. Backed by Scooter Braun Projects, Martin has become one of electronic dance music’s youngest superstars, with his 2013 release of his smash hit “Animals” topping the charts in late 2013 at the age of 17. Just three years later, he was voted #1 on 2016’s DJ Mag Top 100 Poll. The young producer has made both Billboard’s prestigious “21 Under 21” 3 times, as well as Forbes’ “30 Under 30” list twice. Last month, Garrix won two 2016 MTV European Music Awards for Best Electronic and Best Worldstage Performance, cementing his stature as a cross over artist to be reckoned with. In 2015, Garrix won two MTV European Music Awards for Best Electronic Act for Best Dutch Act. IN 2016, Garrix signed a global deal with Sony Music International marking his ascent into the highest reaches of the music industry. His first single for RCA/Sony Music Intl, “In The Name Of Love” featuring Bebe Rexha, amassed over half a billion streams in just 3 months and has become a massive hit worldwide. Garrix remixed of one the biggest pop singles of recent years, The Weeknd’s “Can’t Feel My Face,” and has collaborated with Usher (“Don’t Look Down”) and Ed Sheeran (“Rewind Repeat It”). Garrix has residencies at two of world’s most prestigious clubs: Omnia Las Vegas and Ushuaïa Ibiza, and in addition, hosts his own evening every Friday during the summer at Ushuaïa Ibiza called “Multiply” with special guests such as A-Trak, The Chainsmokers, Marshmello, Dillon Francis, and many more. Garrix has also collaborated with world renowned brands such as 7UP and Tag Heuer.
ABOUT DUA LIPA:
Dua Lipa’s album, due out June 2nd, is one of the most highly anticipated releases of the year, earning places on TIME’s “20 Albums to Watch,” Billboard‘s “2017 Music Preview: 40 Most Anticipated Albums,” Entertainment Weekly’s “Breaking Big: 10 Artists Who Will Rule 2017,” and InStyle‘s “11 Albums We Can’t Wait to Hear in 2017.” With over 2 million global sales, Dua’s singles have rapidly established her as a rising star —”Be the One” reached the Top Ten in a dozen European territories, “Hotter Than Hell” hit the Top Twenty in the UK, and “Blow Your Mind (Mwah)” climbed into the top 25 on Billboard’s Pop Songs Chart in the US. In addition to nominations for awards by the BBC and MTV Europe, she was a finalist for the prestigious “Critics’ Choice” prize at the BRIT Awards, and has been nominated for “Best Female” and “Best New Artist” at the NME Awards. Dua’s electric live shows – from Lollapalooza and SXSW, to Glastonbury and Wireless Festival in the UK, and her recent US tour dates supporting Troye Sivan – have mesmerized audiences around the world and gained her a frenzy of media attention; her smoky vocals and onstage presence have been raved about by everyone from NPR to Complex to Rolling Stone. Dua Lipa recently wrapped her first ever headlining US tour last week.
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