Every once in a while we come across a collaboration that simply blows our minds. Seeing GTA, Dillon Francis, Anna Lunoe, and Wax Motif all on the same song made us do a double (maybe even a triple) take.
If we know anything about GTA, it’s that they know how to defy genres unlike most other artists. Trap, Hardstyle, Moombah, House, Future Bass; the duo can do it all. That’s why when they released their third installation of their Death To Genres EP, we literally had no idea what to expect. Our favorite track off the EP, “I Can’t Hold On” is GTA’s take on deep house, and it’s on point. With the help of electronic music all-stars like Dillon Francis, Wax Motif, and Anna Lunoe, it has to be.
The track begins with Anna Lunoe’s pitched up vocals paired with a classic, juicy deep house synth that leads eventually leads into a catchy drop that will have your head bobbing and your feet moving. Even though there’s four separate artists working on this track, its nearly impossible to pick out who worked on each part, making it seem like a more of a collaborative effort than usual.
This is a fantastic beginner track for those who aren’t quite sure if they like house music yet. It’s fun, infectious, and very easy to listen to. Enjoy!
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