Martin Garrix Debuts Bebe Rexha Collaboration “Name Of Love” At Ultra Music Festival
Dutch producer Martin Garrix broke big in 2013/2014 with global smash “Animals.” The electro-house anthem topped the charts around the globe and climbed all the way to number 21 on the Billboard Hot 100 — almost unprecedented for an instrumental. Since then, the 19-year-old has delivered a string of club anthems and tried for another crossover pop hit with last year’s underrated “Don’t Look Down.” He should have more luck with a slew of new tunes from his upcoming debut LP.
Martin recently dropped a new single called “Now That I’ve Found You” and debuted a killer collaboration with Bebe Rexha at Miami’s Ultra Music Festival over the weekend. (He’s also rumored to be working with Justin Bieber). The latter is a radio-ready smash with uplifting lyrics, a brilliant vocal — the “No Broken Hearts” diva is on fire at the moment — and the kind of drop that forces you to move. Listen to the very promising track below.