Sebastian Ingrosso and Salvatore Ganacci Release “Ride It” on Refune
Swedish House Mafia maestro Sebastian Ingrosso and Salvatore Ganacci, have teamed up to create the bass heavy “Ride It,” out now on Refune Music.
From the get go, the intoxicating vocals of Bunji Garlin, coupled with the bass heavy drum kicks and siren-esque synth stabs produced by Ingrosso and Ganacci, pull in an unmatched sense of excitement and energy. Due to an unparalleled marriage of genres fusing elements of big room electro and UK rap/grime, the latter of which is thanks to Garlin’s powerful vocal addition, “Ride it” cements it as a club track to be reckoned with.
With almost two decades spent crafting landmark movements for the electronic music scene across the globe, Sebastian Ingrosso’s career soars from the club floor through to festival main stages and beyond. He established his imprint, Refune in 2003 and since then has continually released high caliber records and is responsible for discovering new talent in the form of artist such as Alesso at Otto Knows and Salvatore. In 2014 Sebastian teamed up with Axwell to form Axwell /\ Ingrosso, the continuation of their united musical efforts has garnered a run of achievements, scaling Billboard chart success, a spot on the Monsters University soundtrack and creative collaborations with H&M and Beats along the way.
2015 truly saw Salvatore Ganacci’s career bloom, with his partnership with Ingrosso’s label Refune Music. Since then he has quickly joined the ranks of Axwell Λ Ingrosso, alongside Pusha T on the anthems like “Can’t Hold Us Down” which dropped before his debut single “Money In My Mattress” featuring Trinidad James. Now millions of streams later and a BBC Radio 1 hit, 2017 promises one of the most illuminating runs of solo material from Salvatore to date, with further live landmarks and exciting brand developments adding to his rise as a globally exported Swedish heavyweight.
Bunji Garlin is an acclaimed Ragga Soca artist hailing from the small but vibrant island republic of Trinidad and Tobago. During 18-year long career, he has released 10 albums and received two international awards (2013 SOUL TRAIN for Best International Performance and 2013 MTV Iggy’s Artist of the Year). He was also acknowledged as a contributor on the Grammy-Award Winning Best Dance/Electronic Album 2016; Jack Ü by Diplo and Skrillex. He has worked alongside Lumberjack, Busta Rhymes, Bad Royale, Damien Marley and Major Lazer and more.