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SIDNEY SAMSON & KILLFAKE & BOBSO ARCHITECT
Raise It Up

One of the undeniable godfathers of the Dutch House movement, Sidney Samson is back together with fellow DJ and producer Killfake, setting out to craft an eclectic dance/moombahton crossover under the name of “Raise It Up” featuring caribbean inspired vocals by Bobso Architect. The record is set to take over the dancefloors all summer long. 

Sidney Samson found his early beginnings as a DJ in Hiphop and R&B. His first global success came in 2009 when he released his hit record “Riverside” which went on to score radio top 5 positions in the UK, Australia and The Netherlands. Sidney’s work as a producer did not go unnoticed because a few years later he was working with some of the biggest names in music including Will.i.am, David Guetta and Martin Garrix. With Eva Simons, Sidney scored massive hits in 2015 and 2016 with the singles “Policeman” “Bludfire” and "Escape From Love". These singles further confirmed his status as a superior composer and producer.

Inspired by productions of Knife Party, Chris Lake and Deadmau5, Killfake made his first release with Sidney Samson: ‘Revenge Of The Acid’ ended up on playlists of: Calvin Harris, Knife Party, Afrojack, Nicky Romero, David Guetta, W&W. The Dutch producer also released a collaboration with Quintino, and a single on Tiesto’s Musical Freedom imprint. 

The original version is followed by a remix produced by Lukas Vane, Dutch dj and producer supported by international djs like Tiesto, David Guetta, Afrojack, Hardwell Robin Schulz and many more, who gives an uptempo touch shifting it from a moombahton kind of style to a dance club atmosphere.