Kayzo Releases Collaborative Single With Atreyu

Kayzo Releases Collaborative Single With Atreyu

One of our faves is back at it again! Kayzo has released another collaboration with Atreyu and we could not be happier!

The genre-defying producer and DJ has done it again with this track ‘Battle Drums.’ The beat literally sucks you into another world and paired with the vocals on the collab of the band Atreyu, makes for a captivating and entrancing listen. You seriously need to check it out for yourself and we are sure you will agree!

On the collaboration, Kayzo shares, “I’ve gone into the studio with band members before, but this was the first time I’ve had the entire band there. I had a very simple idea that I brought to the table, and I remember Travis [Miguel] and I were sitting there for a while messing with the amp trying to come up with different riffs and such. When I hit that second break in the main riff, I was like, ‘Ah yeah, that’s it.’ ” The one-off single follows up the DJ’s most recent album, Unleashed, released last year. 

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You checked this insanely good bop out yet? What do you thing of the collab? Let us know what you’re thinking in the comments below or by tweeting us @TheHoneyPOP 

Need a little more Kayzo in your life? Look no further.

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