One of Bryan Adams’ marvelous singles in the early ’80s and successfully rediscovered by Dutch songstress Do in 2002, ‘Heaven’ got to enjoy a rather ravaging rework from Dash Berlin. Having already shown its promise throughout the year by wrecking festivals and clubs alike.Through three diverse renditions, Dash Berlin’s ‘Heaven’ gets to shine once again. From Ennis’ colorful Deep House jam to Maestro Harrell’s Big Room treatment and DJ Isaac Hard Dance edit, the festival smash is ready to win over an even wider audience.
Highly anticipated since the release of ‘We Are (Part 1)’, the second part of Dash Berlin’s 2014 album finally saw it’s release earlier this year. In addition to a full range of previously released smashes, ‘We Are (Part 2)’ came with brand-new material. One of these fresh compositions is a brand-new version of ‘Listen To Your Heart’ by Roxette, which features Christina Novelli.
In total, ‘We Are (Part 2) features ten tracks, three of which are new and exclusive slices of Dash Berlin brilliance. The album not only harbors proven main stage slammers such as ‘Yesterday Is Gone’ (with DubVision and Jonny Rose), ‘This Is Who We Are’ (with Syzz) and ‘Gold’ (with DBSTF, Jake Reese, Waka Flocka Flame and DJ Whoo Kid), but also heads down a more delicate and emotional road with a drop-dead gorgeous acoustic version of Dash Berlin & DBSTS feat. Josie Nelson – ‘Save Myself’ and Dash Berlin feat. Bo Bruce – ‘Coming Home.’
Dash Berlin has been a staple in dance music for over a decade now. The world-renowned act was voted the #17 DJ in the world in the DJ Mag Top 100 DJs poll of 2017, has been responsible for a gamut of iconic songs in several genres and is a familiar face at the most prestigious clubs and festivals in the world, including the main stage of EDC Las Vegas. Although he didn’t take the stage this year, he’s headlining the Official EDC Recovery Party at Exchange LA this Saturday 06/24. Buy tickets here.