[OUT NOW] Nicky Romero + Krewella – LEGACY

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OCT. 14, 2013


The crossover dance music mastermind, Nicky Romero, has just released his highly sought-after collaboration with Krewella, “Krewella,” on iTunes. Since its initial release, Nicky Romero has seen the single become a worldwide hit, reaching #1 on Beatport along the way. Described as an unmistakable hybridization of big-room flair and bass-driven intensity, “Legacy” exemplifies what can happen when two of the hottest names in dance music come together. Now despite its influential success, Nicky continues to push his creativity to the limit churning out crowd favorites like his most recent collaboration with Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano, “Sound of the Underground” featuring Fast Eddie.

“Legacy” is available to purchase on iTunes via Ultra Music, HERE.

Legacy” flows through an evocative sequence with the ever-so familiar Krewella vocals layered over playful, filtered synths and evolving percussive elements that lead into a frenzied build. The track then ignites with the full-throttle energy of booming drums, dynamic melodies, and a powerful, wobbley bassline, all precisely arranged to sonic perfection. “Legacy” is a surefire festival anthem that will be heard far and wide at main stages, clubs, and everywhere in between.

Watch the “Legacy” Music Video Teaser, below:

In 2013, Nicky has been as productive as ever with his own music, Protocol Recordings, and even technology. He has produced a UK #1, “I Could Be The One” with Avicii, and other chart-topping tracks like “Symphonica.” Not only has his production been on point, but he has also had stand-out performances at world-class festivals such as Ultra Music Festival, Coachella, Electric Daisy Carnival Las Vegas, and Tomorrowland, amongst others. Furthermore, he recently announced his new production plug-in, Kickstart, and he also took to TomorrowWorld 2013 to share his point-of-view performance experience with fans around the globe by using Google Glass.

Listen to “Legacy” below: