Prezioso Teams Up With Laurell For Euphoric Summer Anthem, “Havana”

Italian stalwart Preziosio has an unrivalled discography of world-class hits to his name, dating back to the late 90’s. Embarking on his latest venture into the world of pop/dance crossovers, Prezioso teams up with esteemed producer and vocalist Laurell for their highly-anticipated summer anthem “Havana”. Set to follow in the footsteps of Prezioso’s massive collaboration with Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike and R3hab on “Shooting Darts” earlier this year, “Havana” is a radio-worthy record that will no doubt serve as a staple for summer playlists. “Havana” is out now across all streaming platforms via Universal Music.  


Taking inspiration from the timeless classic, “Tom’s Diner” by Suzanne Vega and DNA, the track opens with its iconic melodic refrain; a catchy top-line that serves as the track’s founding influence. Laurell’s effortless vocal offering brings the melody into a hyper-charged and contemporary setting, rife with energy and a feel-good spirit from start to finish. Across its almost 3-minute run-time, we’re graced with a crisp layer of percussion above a dance-inducing bass sequence, courtesy of the production maestro, Prezioso. Boasting an undeniable groove throughout, the upbeat cut is a sure-fire hit for both radio and mainstages alike, and will no doubt get bodies moving on the dancefloor. A playful summer anthem, “Havana” gives yet further insight into Prezioso’s immensely versatile production talents, as well as his abilities to maintain relevance in our ever-evolving world of music. 

ABOUT PREZIOSO – Italian DJ/producer Giorgio Prezioso is an undeniable talent within the dance music scene. Existing at the forefront of the industry since the 90s, Giorgio has made a name for himself as a skilled turntablist, winning many-a DJing competition and making waves across the international event and festival circuit. With a back-catalogue of releases larger than most, Prezioso has been responsible for producing some of the industry’s cardinal cuts, including his 2009 edit of the 80’s hit “The Riddle”, as well as the popular 00’s dance-pop anthems, “Tell Me Why” and “Let me Stay. His single “Thunder”, in collaboration with Gabry Ponte and Lum!x reached 262 Million streams on Spotify and was certified Gold in the Netherlands, Belgium, Austria, Denmark, and Norway, as well as Platinum in Italy and Sweden.

Earlier this year, Prezioso linked up with Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike and R3hab for their record “Shooting Darts”, which has already been included in 21 New Music Friday playlists and reached more than 8,7 million hits.

ABOUT LAURELL – Her music has more than 300 million combined streams worldwide. She wrote some of the most popular hits and slapping DJ collaborations of the past few years. On her long list of successful musical co-productions, one can find names such as Ummet Ozcan (“Change My Heart“), Tritonal (“Good Thing“), Quintino (“Good Vibes“), Tyron Hapi (“About You“), Nico Santos (“Low On Love“) or chart-topping tracks (“Lil‘ Touch“, “Nonstop“, and “Bring It Back“) for the Korean superstar-girl bands Girls Generation, OH MY GIRL, and TWICE. Laurell got rewarded for “Nonstop” recently with the Korean Grammy and it just broke the records as the longest charting girl group song on the Melon Charts! Furthermore she has written the most-streamed song for Canadian artist LU Kala “Love Like” and she has also written and performed the trailer song for the final season of Netflix’s sensation show, Lucifer.
Thus, she has been earning multiple positions on the US Billboard-Charts as well as several other number 1 Chart Positions and awards, not only in Europe, but across the globe. Laurell already received numerous prestigious music awards such as a JUNO, the Canadian GRAMMY (in the category of “Dance Recording Of The Year”) and won the Billboard World Song Contest. Her debut single “Habit” boosted her artistry to a worldwide relevance. The singer/songwriter’s powerful voice found its way into the heavy rotation of radio stations all around the globe, peaking at over 3000 spins per week and scoring over 60 million streams across DSPs.