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Steve Aoki Delivers His Star-Studded ‘Kolony’ Album

Steve Aoki delivers the star-studded collaborative album 'Kolony' featuring Yellow Claw, Migos and many more.

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Steve Aoki is one of those artists who has collaborated with some of the best in the music industry. When he unveils a collaboration, it comes as no surprise when it features a big name. He is in similar territory to the likes of David Guetta and Calvin Harris, where all can essentially collaborate with whoever they want.

For his latest album ‘Kolony‘, Steve Aoki has not held back with his collaborations, with a number of different artists collaborating on all ten of the tracks which Aoki has produced. It’s a real masterpiece, with ‘Kolony’ focusing on those Trap and Bass sounds, and this is the type of album which will set the club, festival and dance floors all on fire. This is real hot stuff at the moment. We’ve already heard the likes of ‘Without U‘ and ‘Night Call‘, which features DVBBS and 2 Chainz, and Lil Yachty and Migos, respectively.

The first track on the album comes as the ‘Kolony Anthem’ which Aoki has enlisted ILoveMakonnen and Bok Nero for and this is one major Trap anthem. A huge build up with the vocals allows the energy levels to rise with the melodies, before the drop delivers a heavy bass line. Adding in a cool little breakdown to keep things flowing, it allows the build to continue for the second drop. A high energy track. ‘Lit’ features Gucci Mane and T-Pain, again going in hard with the sketchy bass and huge electro stabs, it’s one which is going to destroy the festivals.

Other tracks which stand out on the album are ‘$4,000,000’ which was produced alongside Bad Royale, and features Big Gigantic and Ma$e. This one has some soothing melodies contained alongside claps, and it allows again, the build to deliver the energy, before the melodic drop hits. A little different to the rest of the album. ‘No Time’, again produced alongside Bad Royale and featuring Jimmy October is another stand out hit, while you must also check out ‘Than You Very Much’.

You can download the ‘Kolony’ album here.

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Steve Aoki - Kolony

Kolony

Steve Aoki is one of those artists who has collaborated with some of the best in the music industry. When he unveils a collaboration, it comes as no surprise when it features a big name. He is in similar territory to the likes of David Guetta and Calvin Harris, where all can essentially collaborate with whoever they want.

For his latest album ‘Kolony‘, Steve Aoki has not held back with his collaborations, with a number of different artists collaborating on all ten of the tracks which Aoki has produced. It’s a real masterpiece, with ‘Kolony’ focusing on those Trap and Bass sounds, and this is the type of album which will set the club, festival and dance floors all on fire. This is real hot stuff at the moment. We’ve already heard the likes of ‘Without U‘ and ‘Night Call‘, which features DVBBS and 2 Chainz, and Lil Yachty and Migos, respectively.

Kolony.

The first track on the album comes as the ‘Kolony Anthem’ which Aoki has enlisted ILoveMakonnen and Bok Nero for and this is one major Trap anthem. A huge build up with the vocals allows the energy levels to rise with the melodies, before the drop delivers a heavy bass line. Adding in a cool little breakdown to keep things flowing, it allows the build to continue for the second drop. A high energy track. ‘Lit’ features Gucci Mane and T-Pain, again going in hard with the sketchy bass and huge electro stabs, it’s one which is going to destroy the festivals.

Other tracks which stand out on the album are ‘$4,000,000’ which was produced alongside Bad Royale, and features Big Gigantic and Ma$e. This one has some soothing melodies contained alongside claps, and it allows again, the build to deliver the energy, before the melodic drop hits. A little different to the rest of the album. ‘No Time’, again produced alongside Bad Royale and featuring Jimmy October is another stand out hit, while you must also check out ‘Than You Very Much’.

You can download the ‘Kolony’ album here.

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