Niiko x SWAE team up with Rama Duke to deliver brilliant new single, ‘Let Them Go’

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Fresh from the release of their recent hit ‘Losing Myself,’ LA-based production duo Niiko x SWAEunveiled their slick new future bass anthem, ‘Let Them Go,’ a smooth aural embodiment of the pair’s trap-fused beats.

Laced with the vocals of Californian singer-songwriter Rama Duke‘Let Them Go’ relies on Niiko x SWAE’s sweeping melodies and creative basslines, with the duo famed for their refreshing new take on the future bass movement. Performing at various iconic venues, including Liv in Miami and Sound in Los Angeles, the duo have enjoyed a meteoric rise since the release of their debut single ‘Run This Town’(over 1 million Spotify streams), earning a 2019 residency at famous Las Vegas super-club Hakkasan in the process.

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Buy/Stream ‘Let Them Go’ Here

Supporting acts such as MarshmelloAlessoLaidback Luke, and KaskadeNiiko x SWAE have seen their hits reach the Top 20 of Billboard’s Dance Club Chart (‘Flavor’ #7 peak, ‘Run This Town’ #13 peak), amassing backing from some of the biggest names in the industry in the process, including Nicky Romero, via his Protocol Radio show. With previous production ‘Flavor‘ also receiving airplay onHardwell’s Revealed Radio, the LA-duo have delivered their powerful production prowess to various stages in 2018, including Breakaway Music Festival DallasArt of the Wild at the Wynn, and The Beach Festival OC.

With 2019 already shaping up to be the most exciting year in the pair’s career to date, ‘Let Them Go’ is available today, January 11th.

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