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Valy Mo & Jaycen A’mour Drop Fast-Paced Collab “U N I” [LISTEN]

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The sounds of Valy MoJaycen A’mour collide as the fast-rising laser house / bass house icons share their first-ever collaboration together — and we have a feeling it won’t be their last!

“U N I” wastes no time driving straight into the motions, contrasting feel-good vocals with a grimy, rave synth. The track soon explodes with its four on the floor rhythm, working up to a dirty drop accentuated by a strong bassline and topped by a catchy, wonky flute.

After a number of successful releases on Musical Freedom, Spinnin’ Records, Hussle Recordings, and more, the producers find a home for their collab on Panther’s Groove. Valy Mo & Jaycen A’mour once again demonstrate their craft in the form of “U N I” and we can’t wait to hear where else their careers take them.

Listen and link up with both artists below!

Valy Mo & Jaycen A’mour – U N I

Stream/download: fanlink.to/PG-UNI

Connect with Valy Mo

SoundCloud | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram 

Connect with Jaycen A’mour

SoundCloud | Facebook | Instagram | Twitter

This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Valy Mo & Jaycen A’mour Drop Fast-Paced Collab “U N I” [LISTEN]

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