Martin Garrix Reveals First-Ever Zedd Collaboration Is in the Works
Martin Garrix fell in love with music at a very young age and quickly skyrocketed to stardom due to his undeniable musical abilities and contagious charismatic personality. When you're one of the biggest names in dance music, it's inevitable that you will come in contact with a vast array of individuals, some being other EDM heavyweights. When the Dutch producer first met Zedd, they instantly became friends, leaving fans eagerly anticipating when they would team up. During a recent interview, Garrix confirmed that that day has finally come!
When the interviewer inquired about the potential collaboration, Garrix revealed they've been talking about this possibility for almost a decade and would consistently send each other ideas. However, "partying, chilling, or exploring the city that [they're] in" always seem to get in the way. To fans surprise, the 'Used To Love' artist dished it's already in the works and explained their collaboration has a "crazy, very weird and different chord progression," and Zedd absolutely couldn't wait to start working on it with him.
Now that the collaboration is underway, Garrix also revealed that it's only a matter of time before it's finished. The stems are currently in Zedd's possession waiting to be reworked. He continued to state that the track might be played at either Ultra Music Festival or at Tomorrowland, which is fitting as the two A-list DJs are both billed to perform at both festivals. The highly anticipated single marks the first-ever collaborating between the two producers. Their army of followers are *im*patiently waiting for its release. From the sounds of it, we're in for a truly special treat!