One of the many incredible things made clear by Mahalo and DLMT’s previous two offerings on Armada Music is that their styles are of the highest complementary order, and their brand-new offering cements that notion. Anticipated since the success of ‘So Cold’ (feat. Lily Denning) in 2019 – which journeyed 15 weeks on the Billboard Dance/Mix Show Airplay chart, eventually rising to #1 – and ‘Destination’ in 2021, ‘Body Love’ marks the pair’s third joint release and underlines their creative chemistry as artists and producers.
“Every time we get together in the studio, we get this rush of creativity that enables us to push our own boundaries”, Mahalo says. “‘Body Love’, our third collaboration together, is the product of that. It showcases both of our styles flawlessly, from DLMT’s creamy grooves to the earworm melodies and silky vocals that characterize my own sound.”
“This new single of ours stands out amongst our previous collaborations as a club-ready weapon that can thrive in any dance music environment”, DLMT adds. “We couldn’t have been more excited to return to Armada Music, and we highly suggest you turn up your speakers for this one.”
Recently signed to Armada Music, Hawaiian-born DJ and producer Mahalo is one of the newest rising stars of the global dance music machine. His 2019 breakout single, ‘So Cold’ (with DLMT, feat. Lily Denning), hit #1 (and spent fifteen weeks) in the Billboard Dance/Mix Show Airplay chart while also taking the top spot in the U.S. Mediabase Dance Radio chart. 2021 brought Mahalo his second Billboard Dance Radio top five with ‘Not Watching Anymore’, peaking at #2 after twelve weeks in the chart. Beyond his success as a producer, he has performed at some of the most coveted festivals in North America, such as Electric Daisy Carnival, Groove Cruise, Nocturnal Wonderland and Countdown, and has a monthly radio show on Insomniac: ‘The Mahalo Show’.
With hard-hitting bass lines fused with euphoric and melodic vocals, DLMT’s sound has become a staple in the industry. His 2019 breakout single, ‘So Cold’ (with Mahalo, feat. Lily Denning), hit #1 (and spent fifteen weeks) in the Billboard Dance/Mix Show Airplay chart while also taking the top spot in the U.S. Mediabase Dance Radio chart, setting the benchmark for his future sound. In the years to follow, DLMT has continued to make his stamp on the house music scene with hallmark records like ‘One Drink’ on Tchami’s Confession label and his hit collab with Afrojack ‘Wish You Were Here’ featuring Brandyn Burnette on Spinnin’ Records. Combining his massive streaming success in both the commercial and club lanes with a plethora of touring over 50 shows in 2022 only, he is continually evolving into a worldwide phenomenon. DLMT has some big plans for 2023.