Two of dance music’s most exciting rising talents, 32Stitches and blklght have just teamed up for a massive collaboration with “Reload.” A charismatic producer, 32Stitches has amassed over 30 million collective streams across platforms, while having earned the trust of labels such as Universal, Insomniac, NoCopyrightSounds, Trap Nation, Monstercat and Proximity. blklght has also earned a large number of accolades as well, most notably taking on artists such as Paul Oakenfold, Luis Fonsi, Aloe Blacc and Azealia Banks with exciting remixes.
32Stitches αnd blklght’s “Reload” is out now via Trap City, and covers Sebastian Ingrosso, Tommy Trash and John Martin’s 2012 classic of the same name. Throughout the tune, 32Stitches αnd blklght wonderfully pay homage to the original’s anthemic qualities, while infusing the drop with an otherworldly trap energy that is bound to shake up dancefloors.
"Back when Sebastian Ingrosso and Tommy Trash dropped ‘Reload’ in 2012 it was an instant classic for us. An anthem you would expect to hear at almost any club or festival because everyone was dying to hear it. It’s always tough working on something as historic as this because you want to do the song justice. We knew it was going to be tough but we wanted to see if we could bring back the song with a new flavour and introduce it to an audience that may have never experienced it before, or bring back that nostalgia for those that had,” say the artists in a collective statement.