TroyBoi Goes House With His Latest Single ‘Dhunga’

The release is taken from TroyBoi’s upcoming ‘4 ON DA FLOOR’ EP due in July 2024. 

TroyBoi, one of the industry’s leading purveyors of bass-heavy electronic music, is an artist committed to pushing the envelope in each and every aspect of his creative output. A mastermind behind a string of internationally celebrated releases on leading labels including Virgin, Interscope, Mad Decent, OWSLA and his own T Dot Music imprint, TroyBoi now continues his remarkable run of first rate studio form with the unveiling of his latest original house single, ‘Dhunga.’

The first single to be taken from his forthcoming ‘4 ON DA FLOOR’ EP due this summer, ‘Dhunga’ serves up two and a half minutes of warped bass, groove-inducing rhythms and slick vocals as the now-Miami-based artist captivates listeners with his instantly recognizable sound palette and energetic flair.

Teaming up with US vocalist Toxic Rob, who delivers on his own brand of hip-hop-inspired vocals, the record’s throbbing basslines and syncopated rhythms make for a highly infectious listening experience and provide a bona fide taste into an upcoming run of new music over the course of 2024.

Speaking about the single, TroyBoi commented: “This is the first single from my upcoming project ‘4 ON DA FLOOR’ which explores my admiration for house music, but with my twist. Toxic Rob’s cheeky charismatic vocals on ‘Dhunga’ really complement the percussion driven production. It’s a fun record intended to make people get down on the dance floor, especially when that dirty bass hits.”

On the live front, the release of ‘Dhunga’ comes ahead of a huge run of confirmed shows for TroyBoi in 2024, who looks set to ignite some of North America’s most revered festival stages and iconic venues with his unrivaled performance energy. From EDC Las Vegas and Beyond Wonderland at The Gorge to HARD Summer, Red Rocks and EDC Orlando, there’s no doubt that 2024 is shaping up the biggest year of TroyBoi’s career to date.

TroyBoi – ‘Dhunga’ ft. Toxic Rob is out now via Create.

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