Fedde Le Grand & 22Bullets Drop ‘Wouldn’t Be Me’ Feat. JAMIE

Fedde Le Grand & 22Bullets Drop 'Wouldn't Be Me' Feat. JAMIE


Fedde Le Grand joins forces with 22Bullets and JAMIE to release ‘Wouldn’t Be Me’ via Warner Music Asia’s pan-Asian dance imprint and Spinnin’ Records’ WHET Records.

‘Wouldn’t Be Me’ carries a warm analogue ‘80s sounding synth sounds accompanied with the lyrics that capture and motivate listeners to believe in themselves.

The official music video for ‘Wouldn’t Be Me’ features all three artists, and narrates the process of creating the track’s cover art.

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“Fedde and I are all about that type of sound. In a writing session Fedde, the creativity just came flooding in. We knew we had something special on our hands. When JAMIE came in, adding her flares, the song just came to life.” – 22Bullets

ABOUT 22BULLETS — Prior to ‘Wouldn’t Be Me’, 22Bullets released ‘Red’ with one of the most sought-after rappers in China, Vava, and was also a part of David Guetta’s ‘Family’ remix featuring Ty Dolla $ign and Bebe Rexha. Thailand’s homegrown DJ and producer first broke into the EDM scene in 2018 with several big hits, such as ‘Take My Breath Away’ and ‘Follow Me’. He’s had massive collaborations with heavy-weight artists like Fedde Le Grand, VINAI, KSHMR, and Timmy Trumpet, to name a few. He was the first South-East Asian artist who made it into the DJ Mag Top 100 DJs in both 2020 and 2021 with multiple globally charting singles.

Fedde Le Grand &Amp; 22Bullets Drop 'Wouldn'T Be Me' Feat. Jamie

ABOUT JAMIE — JAMIE is Korea’s pop prodigy who has been reigning the scene with collaborations with globally renowned artists such as Saweetie, Doja Cat, Chanmina and David Guetta, adding charming vocals to each track.

“Because of the pandemic, we learned to be creative with ways we collaborate internationally. We invited artists and writers from all over the world to come together, virtually. Here we have people from The Netherlands, Thailand, South Korea, and Sweden, and that’s how ‘Wouldn’t Be Me’ was created. This is the first time I worked this way and I loved how the song turns out. I hope you feel the same.”- Fedde Le Grand

ABOUT FEDDE LE GRAND — Fedde Le Grand is a legendary dance music pioneer who broke into the UK charts with his single ‘Put Your Hands Up For Detroit’ and over the past 15 years, he has achieved huge success headlining festivals around the globe such as Ultra Miami and Tomorrowland, to name a few. He is a veteran in the dance space and has worked with Ida Core, The Chainsmokers, Sigala, Ally Brooke, Sam Feldt, W&W, and Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike.

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Fedde Le Grand &Amp; 22Bullets Drop 'Wouldn'T Be Me' Feat. Jamie


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