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2 Aug
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Dvtch Norris Preaches In New The Subs Song ‘Preacher’

The Subs might be one of Belgium’s biggest electro-acts at the moment and always show their versatility by reinventing themselves on their different projects. Songs like “The Pope Of Dope” or “Face Of The Planet” are national treasures and have lead the way for many acts. In recent months, the Belgian group has bundled their forces with other cool Belgian acts to release songs. Today, they released their newest single which features the Belgian rapper and Enfnts Terribles favorite; Dvtch Norris.

“Preacher” is the follow-up single of the addictive “Blank“, which saw The Subs work with Glints. This time, it’s Dvtch Norris’ turn to put his artistry in the spotlight. The Antwerp-based rapper is currently starting to receive the recognition he deserves and releases one big project after the other. His year is already huge, and his newest collaboration can be added to the list of his most remarkable songs to date.

Preacher

The Subs certainly know how to make a real banger, because their newest song “Preacher” is a classic synth-infused electro track. The twist comes thanks to the overwhelming presence of Dvtch Norris, who makes sure that he transfers all the emotions of the song. In “Preacher’, two worlds collide, but instead of harming each other, they compliment each other. The creativity of the song makes their new move even cooler and show that music really has no borders.

Photo by Brahim Grover Tall

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