Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike Turn R3HAB’s Hit “All Around The World” with A Touch Of Class Into Sinister Festival Anthem

Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike Turn R3HAB’s Hit “All Around The World” with A Touch Of Class Into Sinister Festival Anthem

R3HAB recruits veteran duo Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike for a remix of his iconic hit “All Around The World” from 2019, which remains R3HAB‘s most streamed and most certified track to date. Just as Alan Walker put a fresh spin on it in early December, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike lend their signature festival-oriented touch, making for a mainstage and party gem. They honor the original’s classic vocals while adding a driving, four-on-the-floor bassline and heavy synths that lend an appealing darkness to the original’s upbeat dance-pop vibe. This is the perfect time for a revival so that the hit can continue ruling clubs and festivals around the world (literally). It’s out on Virgin Records/Universal Music and celebrates the original clocking up half a billion streams on Spotify alone and over 30 certifications across the globe (incl. Gold in the US confirmed just recently). This isn’t the first time R3HAB and Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike worked together. Earlier this year, they collaborated on “Shooting Stars,” released on Sony Music.


Multi-Platinum DJ and producer Fadil El Ghoul, better known as R3HAB, has been trailblazing his way through dance music for the past fifteen years. From his breakthrough remixes for RihannaDrakeTaylor SwiftCalvin Harris, to anthems such as Platinum-certified “All Around The World (La La La)” and “Lullaby,” to his collaborations with the likes of Ava MaxZAYNLuis FonsiSean Paul, and more, R3HAB has proven to be one of the most forward-thinking artists in the game. His work has collected over 8B streams to date, including 1.1B in 2021 alone. R3HAB founded his label CYB3RPVNK in 2016, which has passed 4B streams across platforms since its inception. He is Spotify’s Most Discovered Artist, one of Spotify’s top 200 most streamed artists, ranked #13 on prestigious DJ Mag’s Top 100 DJs chart, and has earned over 70 Gold and Platinum certificates. On top of that, he performed at the world’s top festivals, such as EDCUltra Music FestivalTomorrowlandBalaton SoundCoachellaSummer Sonic FestivalDWP Jakarta. With his combination of innate artistry and innovative attitude, R3HAB has earned his place as a household name in dance music.

Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike

Since their debut in 2007, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike have been making waves with hits like “The Hum,” “Higher Place” in collaboration with Ne-Yo, and “Hey Baby” with Diplo, all of which went Platinum and spent record amounts of time on the Billboard Dance charts. Further flexing their prowess, the brothers teamed up with Hans Zimmer for a rework of “Dead Men Tell No Tales” from the 5th installment of “Pirates of the Caribbean.” Then teamed up with David Guetta and Kiiara on “Complicated,” which has over 160M streams on Spotify and almost 90M Youtube views, and released one of the biggest songs of the summer 2019 – “Instagram,” which also featured David GuettaAfro BrosDaddy Yankee, and Natti Natasha. Pairing these chart-topping accomplishments with a packed tour schedule that has included TomorrowlandEXIT festival, CreamfieldsEDC Las Vegas, and more, the world has fallen in love with the duo’s high-energy performances and dynamic style. They have consistently been ranked on DJ Mag’s Top 100 DJs and became the first duo to take the #1 spot, further flexing their prowess by teaming up with hitters like Wiz KhalifaSnoop DoggMartin GarrixSteve AokiAfrojackFatboy Slim to Lil Jon, and remixing superstars like ColdplayLady GagaJennifer LopezChainsmokersMajor Lazer and many more. Last year, they finished at #5, clearly showing they are among the most recognizable artists in the history of dance music. Always evolving with the times, clocking up 30 million fans on social media, combined with billions of music streams and video views of their live performances and music, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike are certainly ones to watch for many more years to come.



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