California-born DJ and producer KSHMR has unveiled his anthemic new single ‘Do Bad Well’, out 11th October via Dharma Worldwide.
Underpinned by the powerful vocals of LA singer NEVVE, ‘Do Bad Well’ is a rollicking dose of EDM perfectly suited to stadiums and large festivals. The release comes ahead of a Dharma Worldwide showcase at Amsterdam Dance Event on 16th October, with KSHMR headlining alongside Melbourne bounce pioneer Timmy Trumpet. The all-star lineup also includes Swedish EDM favourite KAAZE as a special guest, Asian producer 22Bullets, Russian duo Dropgun, Spinnin’ Records-singed trio JETFIRE, Mexico’s Mariano Bo and rising talent Marnik.
Collaborating with The Far East Movement and Dev, KSHMR’s biggest commercial success came in 2010 as part of production duo The Cataracs, with the smash hit ‘Like A G6’ spending three weeks at #1 on the US Billboard Hot 100. As a solo artist, he is best known for ‘Secrets’, the huge 2015 collaboration with Tiesto that has racked up over 40 million Spotify streams to date. He has since produced a wealth of hit tracks, such as ‘Megalodon’, ‘Burn’, ‘Karate’ and ‘Wildcard’.
KSHMR received recognition for his talents when he picked up the DJ Mag award for ‘Best Live Act’ in 2017, coming in at #18 on the DJ Mag Top 100 list the following year.
Headlining renowned festivals such as Tomorrowland, EDC Las Vegas, and Coachella, KSHMR’s last tour featured snow machines, fire bowls and 4D special effects, proving himself as one of electronic music’s most immersive live performers. The schedule for the remainder of 2019 looks similarly stacked, with shows in Hamburg, New York, Denver, Bogota, Washington DC and Boston still to come before the end of the year.
One of the hardest working and most prolific artists in the world of EDM, ‘Do Bad Well’ sees KSHMR continue his hot streak.