Henry Fong and J-Trick are two DJs known indivdually for tearing up live sets and producing banging tracks on the reg’. So what happens when you bring the two together? ‘Scream’ happens. The track was originally debuted by Martin Garrix at Tomorrowland and has since dotted numerous live shows, becoming one of the most played songs of the summer. As if a Garrix premiere wasn’t enough to give this track a strong pedigree, its received support from Tiësto, Hardwell, Dimitri Ve
Out now on Musical Freedom, ‘Scream’ is a razor sharp electro anthem. A clicky and quirky build up slightly disarms listeners before throwing them into a vortex of a quick stabbing synths, a booming bass and clean percussion. The goal of this tune is pure and simple: getting you to scream at the top of your longs as you rage the day away at whatever festival this gets played at. That’s fitting because TomorrowWorld kicks off tomorrow in Atlanta, Georgia (those attending should definitely expect to hear this). You can listen to ‘Scream’ below, and head over to Beatport through the purchase link if ya want to add this to your rage playlist.
Henry Fong & J-Trick – Scream (Original Mix) | Purchase