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April 16, 2018

With a number of successful singles and remixes already under his belt, NYC-based DJ/producer Jenaux is constantly being positively received all across the world. His first solo track, “Get it On” proved a highly successful path for the young artist as it gained global attention and reached the top of Spotify's US and Global Top 50 Charts within weeks of its official release. Since then, he has worked on remixes and performed with names such as 3LAU, The Chainsmokers, Audien, Gramatik, and more.
Following the success of “Get it On” and his most recent release, “Sentiments” (feat. Bryce Fox), Jenaux is back at it again with a groovy, fresh new track called “Give it Up” and featuring Boy Matthews on the vocals.

The electro-funk producer is all about bringing the funk back with his new song and puts a modern spin on a sound we all like and is familiar to us. On “Give it Up”, Jenaux combines sounds from the past (the 70s/80s in particular) and future with the retro vocals and roaring funky guitar reminiscent of Daft Punk or Justice and the electro elements and futuristic bass on the other hand. The combination of these sounds gives a sonically striking piece with a certain “retro futuristic” vibe to it.

Released just in time for festival season, this single brings good summer vibes with it completely dance-worthy melody.
Listen to the track below!



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