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Ultra Music Releases ‘Ultra 2020’ Year-End Compilation Ft. Steve Aoki, MK & More

Electronic and dance music brand Ultra Music releases this year’s installment of their highly-anticipated annual compilation series, Ultra 2020, which is available on all digital platforms now!



The compilation takes you on a journey through the electronic music spectrum from radio hits like Steve Aoki’s Neon Vibes III cut, the BTS-assisted “Waste It On Me” (watch the music video starring Ken Jeong here) to club-ready tracks like MK’s “Body 2 Body” and DVBBS & Bridge’s “GOMF.” You can dance to SOFI TUKKER’s “Swing” and Deorro, Elivs Crespo & Henry Fong’s “Pica” then satisfy your need for bass with a healthy dose from NGHTMRE & ASAP Ferg’s genre-blending “Redlight” and 4B & Flosstradamus’ rap-infused “Blackout.” Sing along to Hardwell & Mike Williams’ “I’m Not Sorry” and Icona Pop’s “Next Mistake” and enjoy the song that broke Chet Porter’s three year hiatus, “The Longest Day Ever.” View the full track lists which also feature cuts from Adventure Club, Klingande, Salt Cathedral, SNBRN, Cray, Bonnie x Clyde and more below!


Track List (US)
Steve Aoki feat. BTS – Waste It On Me
MK – Body 2 Body
Deorro, Elvis Crespo & Henry Fong – Pica
Icona Pop – Next Mistake
Klingande & Bright Sparks – Messiah
Betta Lemme – Play
Hardwell & Mike Williams – I’m Not Sorry
Triplo Max – Shadow
NGHTMRE x ASAP Ferg – Redlight
4B & Flosstradamus – Blackout
Era Istrefi – Nuk E Di feat. Nora Istrefi
DVBBS & Bridge – GOMF
Boris Brejcha – Never Look Back
Adventure Club – Next Life feat. Krewella
Chet Porter – The Longest Day Ever

Track List (ROW)
Steve Aoki feat. BTS – Waste It On Me (Bundled digital / No streaming)
SOFI TUKKER – Swing (Bundled digital / No streaming)
Deorro, Elvis Crespo & Henry Fong – Pica
NGHTMRE x ASAP Ferg – Redlight
Salt Cathedral – Tus Ojos
4B & Flosstradamus – Blackout
SNBRN – Tits on a Tricycle
Omi – Better For Ya
Dutchkid – Flight
Tribe of Good – 25 Miles From Vegas
CRAY – idontwannatalkaboutlove
BONNIE X CLYDE – Bad Behavior
Anabel Englund – So Hot (MK & Nightlapse Remix)
Era Istrefi – Nuk E Di feat. Nora Istrefi
Dipha Barus & Monica Karina – You Move Me
DVBBS & Bridge – GOMF
SONDR – So Blue
Adventure Club – Next Life feat. Krewella
Billy Kenny – Just Came For The Music
Solardo & Eli Brown – XTC (Bundled digital / No streaming)


Ultra Music is comprised of Ultra Records, Ultra Music Publishing, and Empire Artist Management, and a strategic alliance with Ultra Music Festival. Formed in New York City in 1995 by former Polygram and Virgin Records executive Patrick Moxey, Ultra’s current roster includes: Kygo, Steve Aoki, Sofi Tukker, Era Istrefi, Deorro, Klingande, NGHTMRE, Black Coffee, filous, Adventure Club, Bakermat, MK, Flosstradamus, Benny Benassi, Mako, Haux, Stwo, 4B, OMI, Betta Lemme, Bearson and many more!

The label’s first release was the single “Lift Me Up” by MK featuring Claire Rivers in 1996. Since its inception, Ultra released many milestone works from artists from its early days with Basement Boys, Roger Sanchez, Little Louie Vega, Eric Morillo, Sasha, Wildchild, DJ Sneak and Reel Soul to those that were first coming into America like deadmau5, Calvin Harris, David Guetta, Tiësto, Avicii, Armin Van Buuren, Axwell and more. To date, the label has sold over 3 million branded compilations and put out over 5,000 releases including singles, EPs, mix compilations and albums.

Over its 20 year reign, Ultra Music has separated itself from other labels through it’s forward-thinking and diverse release catalog which boasts over 50 Gold, Platinum & Multi-Platinum Certifications in North America and over 133 internationally. Through their studios in LA, Atlanta and London, and offices in LA, Toronto, New York, London and Hong Kong, they’ve churned out radio hits year-after-year and have won Billboard’s “Dance Airplay Label of the Year” Award seven years in a row. They’ve also nabbed “Best American Record Label” at the International Dance Awards every year since 2005.

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