Nicky Romero, Mike Williams and Amba Shepherd Team Up for “Dynamite” collaboration. Out Now on Protocol Recordings

Nicky Romero has teamed up with his fellow Dutch producer Mike Williams and one of the dance music’s most renowned singers/songwriters Amba Shepherd (known for working with the likes of Hardwell, Tiësto, Porter Robinson, Afrojack, NERVO, Benny Benassi, Laidback Luke, to name a few) for appropriately titled “Dynamite.” In their first-ever collaboration, Nicky and Mike incorporate a goosebump-inducing blend of rising melodies and bouncing basslines, complemented by the enchanting voice from Amba. Her vocals weave their way over undulating progressive sounds, making the collaboration a winning formula. “Dynamite” is born for the club and festival circuit, which is precisely what we have come to know and love from Nicky Romero and Mike Williams over the years. The single follows Nicky Romero‘s soaring edit of Trilane’s “Never Forget” and his original “Everybody Clap” – a collaboration with Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike.

“I got to know Mike by Instagram, we were in touch for a while when he asked if we could do a studio session anytime soon, so we planned everything and came out to the studio, worked on a few ideas and got this one going really fast. Great working with someone who is very hands-on with his production, the reason why we could work really fast!” – Nicky Romero

“It was really cool to work with a big artist like Nicky. We spend some time in his studio together, talking about music, this industry and of course working on the collab. It’s a bit unreal for me! I’m super happy with the result of the track. I hope everyone likes it!” – Mike Williams.


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