Michael Feiner – Bababa [Spinnin’ Records]
Swedish artist Michael Feiner is going ‘Bababa’ with his newest release on Spinnin’ Records.
After the track recently picked up worldwide DJ support, including the likes of Hardwell, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Afrojack and W&W, it’s officially out now!
Download & Stream https://MichaelFeiner.lnk.to/Bababa
Swedish Michael Feiner is known for writing, singing and producing many big club tracks. Among them the you will find his voice and melody on the classic track ‘Together’ with Axwell & Sebastian Ingrosso and also other noticable collaborations together with Stefan Dabruck and Eddie Thoneick to mention a few. Michael brings a lot of energy to club scenes around the world as also live elements of saxophone and vocals are added to his DJ sets.
Michael has been DJ’ing and performing in Italy, France, Monaco, Dominican Republic, Spain, Portugal, Germany, Austria, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Finland, Russia, Estonia, Moldova, Ukraine…
With his recent, instantly recognisable ‘Mantra’ (Axtone Records) he was heavily supported by the international DJ scene (Axwell & Ingrosso, Bob Sinclar, Alesso, Nervo, Dada Life, Afrojack, Benny Bennasi, David Guetta, Avicii, Kryder, Deniz Koyu, and more..), now followed by his brand new single ‘Bababa’, which is receiving the same amount of support.
This time, Michael Feiner brings a full on party tune, featuring some exciting vocals laid over sturdy beats and blazing synths. It’s a powerful tune, standing out in every DJ set, already supported by artists like Hardwell, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Afrojack, W&W, Lucas & Steve, Fedde le Grand, Firebeatz, Ummet Ozcan, Breathe Carolina, Benny Benassi, Robbie Rivera and many more.
“Inspired by my love for old 50’s and 60’s music I’ve had this idea and riff in my head for quite some time and knew that I had to do something with it. So I went into the studio and sang the riff with some treatments and had a blast during my production of the track. It was a very uplifting track to make. The meaning of Bababa can be anything you like regardless of language. Now.. let’s go Bababa!” -Michael Feiner