Don Diablo & JLV – Problems ft. John K
Opening with captivating piano melodies with an enrapturing vocal by John K, “Problems” is a refreshing new release soaring with gospel-infused elements. The track radiates with heartfelt timbre amidst upbeat piano riffs, making it an inspiring single bound to be played throughout the summer.
“We have been teasing this record for a while now and even though it wasn’t fully finished yet before the pandemic, and the sound is completely different from anything we’ve done before, the demo became an instant fan favorite. The fans have been demanding a release ever since and after perfecting the final version of the track recently we felt it would actually be a great track to release now since the lyrics are so spot on with the current zeitgeist. With the gospel-style vibes in the song, it kind of feels like we were able to preach through our music to give a much-needed mood boost in a time where we all need a little extra sunshine in our lives.”Don Diablo
“Problems” follows Don Diablo’s first 2021 release, “Into The Unknown” which showcased a more, deep, dark side to his artistic persona. Both tracks serve as a testament to the artist’s diverse creative abilities that transcend both inside and outside of the studio.
Dutch DJ/producer Don Diablo has been using creative means to express himself through music, art, or fashion since the start of his career. The artist boasts a diverse discography with hit releases that include the recent singles, “Kill Me Better” and “Mr. Brightside.” Voted in the 2020 DJ Mag Top 100 poll at the number six position, the artist has become one of the most desirable talents in dance music performing on the mainstages of Tomorrowland, EDC, Creamfields, Mysteryland, Lollapalooza, and Ultra Music Festival. For additional information on Don Diablo, please visit his official website.
Burgeoning producer JLV has been releasing a plethora of tracks for the lauded Hexagon imprint over the course of his career. Last year saw the Dutch talent launch his own label ‘Something Good’ under Don Diablo’s lauded Hexagon label group.