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Sam Allan Makes Debut on Thomas Gold’s Fanfare With “Why Don’t You Love Me” ft. Daudia

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Things are off to an early (and big) start for Sam Allan in 2022 as the talented NY-based producer & DJ releases his latest original single, “Why Don’t You Love Me” feat. Daudia. Out on Friday, January 14, Sam Allan and Daudia come together on the infectious “Why Don’t You Love Me,” which comes to you through Thomas Gold’s world-famous Fanfare Records. 

An emotionally-charged, house anthem, Sam Allan & Daudia’s “Why Don’t You Love Me” brings in the new year with a bang. As an eclectic artist with an extensively diverse music taste, Sam Allan perfects the main-stream dance sound on “Why Don’t You Love Me,” which embodies elements of emotional electronic, and house, intertwined with a hypnotizing topline from Daudia. Melodic, uplifting, and contagiously addicting, “Why Don’t You Love Me” will be an early addition to your EDM playlists for 2022. 

“It was great having the opportunity to work with Daudia on my newest original ‘Why Don’t You Love Me.’ We’re really excited to finally be able to share it with everybody, especially on a label as notable as Thomas Gold’s Fanfare Records.” – Sam Allan

Before his last release to kick-start the year, the breakout artist released his single “It’s My Life” feat. Kris Kiss on Dec. 3 through Future House Cloud. Taking on the immensely popular Bon Jovi classic that started off the 2000s, “It’s My Life” followed Sam Allan’s October release, “Regressive,” which dropped through one of dance music’s most prominent labels, Black Hole Recordings imprint Gameroom Records.

Sam Allan has been mastering his craft for nearly a decade. Since his career inception, Sam Allan has performed alongside some of the biggest names in music, including Zedd, Kaskade, Eric Prydz, Robin Schulz, Cash Cash, Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano, W&W, MK, Oliver Heldens presents Hi-Lo, Paul van Dyk, Laidback Luke, Cedric Gervais, and dozens of his very own headline shows. From notable venues like Marquee, Lavo, Schimanski, The Brooklyn Mirage/Avant Gardner, HQ2 in Atlantic City, and Somewhere Nowhere, among others, if you’ve got the opportunity to check out Sam Allan live — don’t pass it up. 

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