Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike are a globally acclaimed Belgian DJ duo, who have ranked number 1 from TOP100 DJs of 2019 selected by DJ MAG and have joined forces with many top artists, such as Coldplay, Wiz Khalifa, Snoop Dogg, and Lady Gaga.
In “HWAA (Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike Remix),” addictive beats and powerful sounds by Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike and the unique vocal colors of (G)I-DLE come together to give off a unique synergy.
Last week, (G)I-DLE followed the release of its chart-topping new mini-album I burn unveiling two new versions of the single, “HWAA (English Ver.)” and “HWAA (Chinese Ver.).
The new mini-album amplifies the (G)I-DLE members’ voices as creators and songwriters. The six-track project notably features writing by leader Soyeon on three songs, Minnie on two tracks, and Yuqi on one song. Impressively, the new mini-album claimed the number 1 spot on iTunes in 52 countries.
Last year, (G)I-DLE incited a frenzy worldwide with “DUMDi DUMDi,” which gathered 21 million Spotify streams and 75 million YouTube views on the music video. Not to mention, the group’s “Oh my god” music video picked up a nomination in the category of Best K-Pop at the 2020 MTV Video Music Awards.
Additionally, the K-Pop group broke the internet with online concert ‘I-Land: Who Am I. (G)I-DLE’s official U.S. debut mini-album I trust claimed number 1 on the iTunes Overall Album Charts in 61 markets with acclaim from MTV, Billboard, and Just Jared, to name a few.
(G)I-DLE have reached astonishing heights with 805 million YouTube views and north of 752 million streams on Spotify.
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