[Listen] Claptone-The Drums (Din Daa Daa) (feat. George Kranz)[Different]
Have you ever just wanted to listen to a fun song? A song that you do not have to take seriously? Something that everyone can just kick back to and enjoy? If you answered yes, then German producer Claptone’s latest song will be a perfect fit for you. Entitled “The Drums (Din Daa Daa)”, this song is the epitome of fun and easy to listen to. No serious techniques or divisive elements within the track to divide people. Just pure fun and energy for all dancers to jam out to.
What is so fun about this track one may ask? Fun and smooth vocals from George Kranz are a start. The vocals do a wonderful job at keeping the track interesting, and are very catchy. Those who dive into this track will be humming the vocals for the foreseeable future. But that is not the only thing that makes the track memorable, Groovy elements from the track such as its bass and percussion really lend the track a great deal of energy, making it almost impossible to not dance to. Not bad for a track that is set at only 122 Beats Per Minute.
In an industry where much division is present, its nice to see a release that’s just good fun. No divisive techniques or elements to get listeners debating. Just quality music with many great elements that dancers of all spectrum’s and ages will be able to get into. Whether it be the funky vocals of George Kranz, the groovy percussion that will get you grooving, or the addictive bass that will make your foot start tapping on its own. This is a release that everyone should enjoy, regardless of their musical taste or preferences. Make sure to grab a legal copy of Claptone’s latest release. Available via Different.
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