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Rob Black Expresses Desire to Dance in Latest Single “Dance Dance Dance”

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Sharing the same struggle with many in the world right now, Rob Black hasn’t really been able to move to the groove in the clubs. Today, the Dutch DJ and producer has changed and released a record so infectious people have no choice but to jump up from their seats and start moving their feet, “Dance Dance Dance.”

The deep masterpiece has quickly received DJ supported from top names such as Martin Garrix, Firebeatz, CID, Bingo Players, Dom Dolla, Green Velvet and Paco Osuna. The track features smooth beats, gritty synths, suspenseful chords, and a moody topline that perfectly ties the production together. The bassline was conceived from an actual drum kit and this track will surely make any listener want to ‘Dance Dance Dance’ to their heart’s content.

“It’s an awesome feeling to release music on Armada again. I’ve spent a lot of time reinventing my music and I’m very happy and excited to share the results. All the amazing comments I’ve been receiving are already overwhelming! Hope we can all ‘Dance Dance Dance’ together as soon as possible. Stay safe!” Rob Black

Authentic house music with a familiar feel and international appeal. That’s the sound of Rob Black to everyone who’s already crossed paths with him at various premier festivals in his home country. Born and raised in Amsterdam, the Dutchman can count the likes of Martin Garrix, Firebeatz, CID, Showtek, Carta, Bingo Players, Dom Dolla, Green Velvet, Paco Osuna, Hard Rock Sofa and more as his supporters, collected over a million streams on Spotify and even indulged in a few crossover collabs with prominent names in the Dutch and international rap scene. But as someone who’s always looking to push onward and reinvent himself, Rob Black has outgrown his initial hunting grounds, leaving him with no choice but to impact the lives of dance music fans on an international scale.

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