Angel Heredia & Jerome Robins join forces on Zulu Records

Featuring one of the most well-known vocal hooks in dance music, Angel Heredia and Jerome Robins have pulled together a track that is a dead-cert to do the business on the dancefloor. Hailing from Canada, Jerome Robinshas nearly 30 years of experience in house music, including releasing on the likes of DefectedCR2Toolroom and many more. He returns to Zulu Records with Angel Heredia, who has had tracks out on Klaphouse RecordsDatagroove MusicJungle Funk and Zulu Records, where he previously collaborated with Jerome last year to produce ‘Let’s Go.’



This is a duo that have already proven themselves on Zulu Records in the past and are back again for a hard-hitting tech-infused house track that features an iconic vocal hook throughout. Zulu yet again are proving why they are one of the best imprints in the business at picking out fresh underground house records, in fact ‘Stronger’ has received huge support from KryderMDENo RequestsThomas GoldSam DivineHouse of VirusMatt Caseli and many more.

Daft Punk’s ‘Harder Better Faster Stronger’ vocal line is instantly recognised by many, and in this case, it adds an extra layer of madness to this pumping production. Driving, almost jackin’ house infused percussion pushes the backbeat along with a gruelling roller of a bassline. Throw in some hopping synth stabs and dirty keyboard hits and you’ve got a huge dancefloor destroyer.

Big sounds coming from Zulu Records HQ, who are starting the summer as they mean to go on – strap yourselves in.

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