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Nicky Romero Releases “I See,” First Track From Upcoming “Redefine” EP, and Headlines London’s Call of Duty Kickoff Event

Nicky Romero kicks off the new decade with his latest single “I See,” a larger than life club track for the modern Roaring Twenties. The Protocol Recordings label head delivers immense, driving basslines, warbling synths and upbeat percussion on the new release, which follows the sonic path he forged last year with tracks like “Everybody Clap” with Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike and “Ring the Alarm” with David Guetta. Moreso, “I See” is the premier single from Romero’s forthcoming “Redefine” EP, which draws the focus to his club-oriented sound. The EP is just one of many aspects of the “Redefine” series concept, which also included a world tour, 3-part documentary series, merchandise line, and themed website.

Additionally, ReKTGlobal just announced Nicky Romero as the headliner for their highly anticipated London Royal Ravens Home series, which is the United Kingdom’s kickoff event for the inaugural season of the Call of Duty League on Feb. 8-92020. The Call of Duty League event brings professional esports, exclusive entertainment, and behind-the-scenes access to fans and gamers with live tournament-style gameplay, VIP meet-and-greets, and Romero’s headline show. He is also participating as a celeb contender in the Home Series’ must-see 2v2 Hype Battle.

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