Following on from his numerous creative collisions with industry icons such as Steve Aoki, Oliver Heldens, DVBBS and KSHMR, Shaun Frank is putting out another incredible collab. Together with fellow tastemaker Tony Romera, the Canadian artist touched down on leading dance music label Armada Music to deliver a feel-good track that’s sure to get fans out of their seats and onto their feet: ‘Crazy’.
Fizzing, infectious and a little bit daft, Shaun Frank and Tony Romera’s first-ever collaborative effort on Armada Music is designed to set the mood in any kind of party environment. Sporting insane grooves, catchy vocals and a beat drop that sends minds reeling, ‘Crazy’ is as authentic as they come.
Canadian DJ, producer and songwriter Shaun Frank has well and truly mastered the art of collaboration. In the past few years, he’s released songs with Steve Aoki, Oliver Helden, DVBBS, KSHMR, DigitalFarmAnimals and Dragonette, all the while putting out massive remixes for The Chainsmokers, Duke Dumont and Louis The Child. His knack for teamwork recently earned him a credit on a #1 Diamond-certified worldwide hit; he helped The Chainsmokers’ Andrew Taggart write and compose ‘Closer’, which got listed by Billboard as the 13th biggest hit of all time, accumulated billions of streams and sold tens of millions of singles across the globe. Shaun Frank also achieved huge success with solo single ‘Let You Get Away’, which remained in the Top 20 of Canada’s Top 40 radio for over three months, racked up over 17 million streams online and got nominated for a Juno Award for Best Dance Recordings Of The Year.
Since starting out eight years ago as a fresh-faced 20-year-old bloke looking to make waves and disrupt the conventional EDM world with his unique style and French-house-inspired beats, Tony Romera has been rising the ranks rather swiftly. Attracting power house labels such as OWSLA, Mad Decent and Confession as he experimented with different styles and sounds, he was drafted in on official remix duty for major players such as Calvin Harris, David Guetta, Diplo, Netsky, Kungs, Zomboy, Moksi, Fedde Le Grand and more. He collaborated with Tchami, Good Times Ahead, Noizu and Throttle and even founded his own SANS MERCI label to discover young cool artists, release the tracks of his friends and of course put out his own records.