Danish DJ & Producer KONGSTED Drops New Dancehall Track ‘Get Away’
‘Get Away’ is the latest single and offering by Danish DJ and producer KONGSTED set for release on 1st December via Universal Music. The track is a fresh, summer-fueled, anthemic hit brushing off any cold reminders that come with December’s frigid clutch. KONGSTED has been a prominent gear in the Danish DJ scene for as long as twelve years and counting, who has won several awards to date, most noticeably; Club DJ of The Year, Danish Deejay Favorite Of The Year, Dancechart.dk Award and The Voice Clubbing Award, which he was nominated for four consecutive years in a row, winning in both 2010 & 2011.
With career propelling hits such as ‘Chuck Norris’ which has garnered over 10 million Spotify streams and has gone 2x Platinum in sales, the Platinum-selling single ‘Whine Dat’, and a gold-certified single titled ‘Wild Child’ featuring fellow Danish musician Cisilia.
KONGSTED has received substantial support after being handpicked by acclaimed international DJs such as Pete Tong, AVICII, Tiesto and Martin Garrix during their trips to Denmark. Filling a residency at Copenhagen-based nightclub ZEN, KONGSTED has also been deemed an official DJ for the prestigious nightclub network The World’s Finest Clubs, and has been requested at renowned clubs all around Europe, some of which include: Just Cavalli (Milano), Club Hollywood (Milano), Byblos (Milano), Carpe Diem (Barcelona), Gibson (Frankfurt) and NoX (Oslo). With a busy schedule ahead of him and more than a handful of singles in the pipeline, KONGSTED is excited to bring new music to fans worldwide.
KONGSTED’s latest single ‘Get Away’ is packed with tight, energetic and percussive beats, steamy pop-guitar hooks, glowing textures and steady basslines synchronized to an excitement-soaked groove. Group chants are vital here, with compliments to the rhythm provided by vocalist Ida Kudo, rapper Peaceful James and AO who all feature as guests on the track, embracing it’s rich, seductive atmosphere, just enough to make you forget all about winter’s withdrawn woes.