Global superstar Martin Solveig has released the Dillon Francis remix of his summer hit ‘My Love’, with Martin’s original so far surpassing 4 million Spotify streams.
Providing his own vocals on the track, the June original of ‘My Love’ arrived in the midst of another hectic summer season for Martin, with the French DJ making various appearances at Pacha Ibiza’s ‘Tuesdays on Mars’ dates alongside Heldeep label boss, Oliver Heldens.
Lacing his own rework with steel drum tones, platinum-selling US producer Dillon Francis’ remix offers a largely Caribbean feel and follows the recent announcement of his highly anticipated Spanish language album ‘Wut Wut’ on his IDGAFOS label on 28th September. Best known for his huge tracks ‘Get Low’ and ‘Coming Over’, which have amassed more than 200 million Spotify streams between them, Dillon recently delivered his thunderous beats to the UK with a performance at London’s SW4 Festival.
Best known for platinum-selling hits ‘Places’ (feat Ina Wroldsen) and ‘Intoxicated’, Martin Solveig has sold over 2 million singles in the UK alone and enjoyed unrivaled success in recent years. Previously bringing his acclaimed ‘My House’ party series to the likes of London’s Ministry of Sound, and Escape Amsterdam for ADE, the Parisian recently hosted his own stage at Tomorrowland 2018, joined by the likes of Michael Calfan, The Magician, and Jax Jones.
Released on iconic imprint Positiva Records, the label is celebrating 25 years at the summit of dance music in 2018, showcasing their back-catalogue with a series of one-off parties and special releases, recently enjoying the landmark with two of their tracks (Jonas Blue’s ‘Rise’, and Tiesto’s ‘Jackie Chan’) sitting in the Top #5 of the Official UK Charts.
The Dillon Francis remix of ‘My Love’ is out now, and follows Martin Solveig’s recent performances at Creamfields and SW4 Festival.