ATB, Topic & A7S – Your Love (9PM)
“Your Love (9PM)” marks the first official remake of ATB’s breakthrough 1998 hit “9PM (Till I Come).” Impeccably merging their trademark styles to create the release, ATB and Topic teamed-up with singer/songwriter A7S who flawlessly lent his vocals to the track. Featuring a heavy bassline coupled with soaring melodies, the track’s distinctive guitar hook and elated trance vibes serve as a testament to why the original release became a global sensation.
“Over the past 20 years, I’ve received so many requests for collaborations, remakes, and cover versions of my song ‘9pm (Till I Come)’ but I passed on them all because I was never really satisfied with the sound of the approach nor the final. Then I listened to Topic’s ‘Breaking Me’ together with Rudi (management) and we immediately had the feeling that these two sound worlds could fuse together perfectly.”ATB
“9pm (Till I Come) is an absolute dance classic that I’ve known and loved since I was little. It is, therefore, a great honor to be the first to reissue this number together with ATB. The typical ATB guitar riff paired with my ‘melancholic dance music’ sound and the unmistakable voice of A7S results in perfect symbiosis!”Topic
2020 was a career-defining year for German/Croatian producer Topic and Swedish singer A7S. Their first collaboration, “Breaking Me,” became one of the most successful singles of 2020, garnering more than one billion global streams. The song hit number one on United States dance radio, iTunes, and the Global Top 200 Shazam chart, earning certifications in 27 countries around the world, including Gold status in the United States and Platinum in the U.K. Further, the duo linked up with Grammy-nominated Lil Baby for the follow-up single, “Why Do You Lie To Me,” which has received over 35 million Spotify streams and garnered strong U.K. radio support from the likes of BBC Radio 1, Capital FM, and Kiss FM.
ATB’s “9pm (Till I Come)” paved the way for dance music on mainstream radio in the United States. It entered the top 10 in numerous countries, including Billboard’s Dance Club Songs chart while topping the U.K.’s Official Singles chart in 1999, becoming the first trance song to reach number one in Britain. ATB’s subsequent string of releases include “Don’t Stop,” “Ecstasy,” “Let U Go,” “What About Us,” “Move On” and ‘When It Ends It Starts Again” which landed him on DJ Mag’s “Top 100” poll for nearly two decades. He has released 10 studio albums and more than 40 singles, earning Platinum and Gold awards in numerous countries. For additional information on ATB, please visit his official website.