With more than 30 years in the business, Laurent Wolf is for sure one of the most long-lived artists in the dance music industry and he continues to impress his fans with his new release on Armada Music called ‘Hello’.
If you remember ‘No Stress’’ Laurent Wolf, you have to erase it because ‘Hello’ is a totally different production. Greeting you like a long-lost friend, ‘Hello’ eases you into a drum-led masterpiece ready to rock those peak-time hours. Completed by mantra-like chants and gritty beats, this brand-new offering from Laurent Wolf will surely reacquaint you with the magic of the dance floor. Featuring the usual latin-carnival vocal that you may have heard a lot in the last years, ‘Hello’ introduces fast and rumbling percussive rhythms filled with some sort of Japanese-style top melody that, unexpectedly, fits perfectly with the record. The breakdown rapidly jumps into a pure tribal-groove drop with massive kicks and an insane percussive top melody loop.
After the debut more than 10 years ago on Armada, Laurent Wolf is back on the label with his new single ‘Hello’.
As told at the beginning, you may remember Laurent Wolf for his massive hits ‘No Stress’ released 10 years ago and that has now reached 30M streams on YouTube and 15M on Spotify. Laurent Wolf long carrier starts in 1992 when he started playing at the well-known Queen disco in Paris. He continued to play for 10 years while chairing the Club St Georges in Beirut and L’Interdit in Geneva. At the end of 2001 he founded his own imprint Darkness where, among the others, his hits ‘No Stress’ has been released.
Laurent Wolf staying in the music industry is so long that, his debut single on Armada happened 10 years ago with ‘Wash My World’ which was the follow up of ‘No Stress’. It wasn’t so successful as the previous one but it has now reached the 10M views.
Now, after more than 10 years, he comes back on the label with a totally different record that describes the evolution of the artist until now.
Released only last Friday, Laurent Wolf ‘Hello’ has already received support by Sander Van Doorn and Afrojack and it has almost reached the 10k plays in a weekend on YouTube.