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Skream’s “Rollercoaster” Quickly Becomes Nu-Disco Classic

Rollercoaster feat. Sam Frank by Skream

British progressive electronic producer Skream is at it again with his new single, Rollercoaster, available for purchase on iTunes. Skream continues to merge funk, disco and house music for a surprisingly catchy, danceable mix. This track also features vocalist Sam Frank, who sounds like a cross between the Bee Gees and Justin Timberlake. The vocals loop throughout the track, creating an upbeat melody that takes you on a virtual Rollercoaster ride.

https://soundcloud.com/skreamizm/skream-rollercoaster-feat-sam-frank

It is obvious that Skream is influenced by the disco movement, given his recent mixes like All Gone, a collaboration with Pete Tong, and Let’s Party. Both mixes remind us of something we’d hear in Studio 54 on a packed night in the early 80s. So take a little time to listen to Skream’s latest, and prepare to dance for the rest of the night.

Rollercoaster feat. Sam Frank by Skream

You can purchase Rollercoaster on iTunes, here.

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