KSHMR Releases Eclectic Fall Single ‘Over You’ ft. Lovespeake on Dharma Worldwide

Follow us on socials Through the duration of the track’s 3 minutes, peaks and valleys populate the sound space with soft-drops of dynamic house and driving lead melodies. KSHMR rides into this release hot off of last year’s ‘Kids’ (44million streams), and the more recent ‘Ready To Love’, but if ‘Over You’ is any indication, the best is yet to come from the California based producer. All respect goes to the writers who made this one incredibly infectious and catchy.“ – KSHMR

Built atop gripping vocals from Norway’s prestigious Lovespeak, ‘Over You’ hits like a first kiss— sweet yet provoking. The latest single follows the release of the 3rd volume of Dharma Worldwide’s Sounds of Summer compilation series and a jam-packed summer of touring. Lovespeake’s dynamic contribution to the track amplifies the instrumental, with vocal chops peppered throughout – we see both producers conjoin their aptitudes in the studio to deliver a driving track destined for the dance floor. 

“It was a pleasure working with Lovespeake on this track which is about moving on from something that was important to you. Following a striking summer of jam packed tour dates in the advent of the return of live events, KSHMR releases his fall single ‘Over You’ with vocalist and producer Lovespeake on feature.  The track is available on all platforms October 8th, 2021 via KSHMR’s imprint Dharma Worldwide in-tandem with Spinnin’ Records. 

KSHMR delivers a bouncy journey through slap house elements while fusing with his big-room signature synths.

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Follow us on socials This AVICII ARENA TOGETHER FOR A BETTER DAY concert is intended to be the first of an annual event. 14-year-old rising star Ella Tiritiello, who captured the world’s attention with her rendition of Avicii’s song “For A Better Day” at the inauguration of the Avicii Arena will also perform, and the evening will include tributes to Avicii’s musical heritage as well as collaborations and surprise guests. The Tim Bergling Foundation and Avicii Arena announced today the first AVICII ARENA TOGETHER FOR A BETTER DAY concert will be December 1 at the Avicii Arena in Stockholm. “I hope we succeed in creating a feeling that we really do this together, because it is only together that we can make a difference,” says Klas Bergling.  

In May when the iconic landmark Ericsson Globe changed its name to Avicii Arena to honor Tim Bergling/aka Avicii,  it was announced that in addition to its usual activities with concerts, sports and other events, the arena would be a meeting place for young people’s mental health.  The vision is to remove the stigma surrounding mental health, reduce mental illness among young people and get more people involved in the issue.  Of paramount importance is to show what strength and power there is in young people if they are given the right tools and conditions. The name of the concert was derived from the Tim Bergling Foundation’s work with the For A Better Day fundraiser, where young people posted their ideas about what they need to have a better future.   Stefan Olsson will be conducting the evening. “Young people are our future and we must be afraid for them. Tickets will be released on October 13 at 10.00 via

The concert was created to draw attention to the need to help young people struggling with mental health issues and suicide and the alarming statistics that show their struggles increasing. It is unacceptable that they are getting worse and that suicide rates are rising in that group – and it is our duty to do what we can to break that trend.”

Artists performing at the concert will come from multiple genres including EDM, classical music, rock,  pop, R’n’B, and hip hop.   The event highlights mostly Swedish artists including Håkan Hellström, Miriam Bryant, Galantis, Amason, Annika Norlin, Cherrie, A36, the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, and more.



VINAI [Down 12]50. Ummet Ozcan [Up 22]42. Charlotte de Witte [Highest Techno DJ] [Up 9]22. Tungevaag [Up 3]88. Kygo [Down 20]47. Black Coffee [Up 23]67. Calvin Harris [Up 2]15. Daddy’s Groove [Re-Entry]97. “It’s wonderful, I’m so happy,” David said to DJ Mag about his win. Alison Wonderland [Down 2]48. Paul van Dyk [Up 9]40. David Guetta

Follow us on socials Marlo [Re-Entry]87. Peggy Gou [Highest Climber] [Up 31]37. Will Sparks [Up 2]55. Bassjackers [Up 1]27. Alan Walker [Up 4]21. Oliver Heldens7. Angerfist [Highest Hard DJ]45. Dexter King [New Entry]98. Carta [Up 1]59. Quintino [Up 3]29. Plastik Funk [Up 5]79. Afrojack [Up 1]5. Eric Prydz [Down 9]30. Jamie Jones [Up 18]49. Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano86. Naeleck [New Entry]71. Lost Frequencies [Down 4]24. Armin van Buuren [Up 1]

2. “I’ve been doing this for so many years, since I was playing funk records as a teenager. MATTN [Down 25]66. Rave Republic [Down 5]85. deadmau5 [Up 12]51. Guetta has retained the No.1 spot that he claimed last year, a decade after he was first crowned the world’s No.1 DJ back in 2011. ATB [Up 21]34. Pig [Up 3]75. D.o.D [Up 4]78. Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike [Down 3]4. Virtual Riot [New Entry]77. Burak Yeter [Up 7]81. KURA73. Mike Williams [Up 20]69. Panta.Q [New Entry]68. Pink Panda [Up 17]64. Nora En Pure [Up 14]58. Boris Brejcha [Up 18]41. Mariana Bo [Up 4]39. MORTEN [Highest New Entry]38. Green Velvet [Up 5]80. W&W13. Mr. Nervo [Up 2]17. Steve Aoki [Down 1]9. Martin Garrix [Up 1]

1. KSHMR [Up 1]

Top 10

10. Zedd [Down 29]63. Florian Picasso [Down 20]94. Martin Garrix moves up one to #2. David Guetta has won the DJ Mag Top 100 DJs poll 2021. KAAZE [New Entry]82. It’s amazing to be able to pursue your passion, and I just hope — cos I also started from nothing — that being No.1 after all these years is an inspiration to kids that are bedroom DJs like I was.”

Coming out at #1 again this year is David Guetta, with MORTEN coming in at #39 as highest new entry thanks to their new future rave sound and popularity. Marshmello [Down 2]12. Rezz [Up 12]44. Danny Avila [Up 4]33. Luminn [New Entry]95. Beauz [New Entry]54. Vintage Culture [Up 13]16. Carnage [Highest Re-Entry]36. Skrillex [Down 9]23. Ferry Corsten [Down 4]56. Julian Jordan [Up 5]65. ARYUE [Up 4]83. Alexso [New Entry]96. Here’s the full TOP 100 bellow:

100. Nina Kraviz [Up 12]53. Alesso [Down 18]62. Claptone [Highest House]31. The Frenchman now joins an elite grouping of Dutch DJs — Martin Garrix, Tiësto and Armin van Buuren — who have won the Top 100 vote three times or more. Vize [New Entry]99. Giftback [New Entry]89. Deniz Koyu [Up 1]70. Alok [Up 1]

3. R3hab [Up 1]11. Blastoyz [Up 3]93. Fisher [Down 1]76. Carl Cox [Up 7]26. Tujamo [Up 4]35. Brennan Heart [Up 5]72. Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike fall out of the top 3 for the first time in years, and Armin moves back in! Diego Miranda [Up 4]46. DJ Snake [Down 8]32. KAKA [New Entry]92. Above & Beyond [Down 2]

Top 20

20. The Chainsmokers [Down 2]28. Vini Vici [Up 4]19. Cat Dealers [Down 33]84. Breathe Carolina [Up 1]61. Tom & Collins [Up 2]74. Amelie Lens [Up 15]43. Nicky Romero [Up 5]25. Blasterjaxx [Up 9]60. 22Bullets [Up 6]91. “To do it two times in a row as well — it’s the third time, but two times in a row is pretty crazy. Adam Beyer [Down 10]57. Fedde Le Grand [Up 4]18. It’s been an incredibly busy year for me, but it’s always nice when you work hard to feel like people can see it. Don Diablo [Highest Future House] [Down 1]6. Tiesto [Up 1]14. Miss K8 [Up 1]52. Timmy Trumpet [Up 1]8. Christina Novelli [New Entry]90.

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