In a sensational melding of musical talents, the largest copyright-free record label, NoCopyrightSounds (NCS), is ecstatic to introduce a vibrant Future House remix of Egzod & Maestro Chives' smash hit, "Royalty," crafted by none other than the Future House maestro, Don Diablo.
Boasting an unparalleled 33M subscribers on YouTube and a staggering 500B views, NCS has long been the platform for budding artists to catapult into stardom. Their latest offering sees Don Diablo inject his signature energetic future house vibes into "Royalty." This remix, shimmering with vivid dance melodies and tantalizing pop vocals, harmoniously merges with Maestro Chives' virtuosic violin and Egzod's original composition, evoking the exhilarating ambiance of top-tier music festivals.
Don Diablo said on this landmark collaboration, "Joining the NCS family is a moment I've eagerly awaited. 'Royalty' has always been a favorite, and I've poured my heart into this remix to do justice to such an NCS classic." This sentiment resonates with NCS's General Manager, Daniel J. Lee, who shared, "The NCS community has long anticipated this union. We're thrilled to welcome a talent like Don Diablo into our fold."
The original "Royalty" track isn't new to accolades. With over 193M streams, massive TikTok engagement, and placements in popular shows like "Love Island," its success has been astronomical. Don Diablo, a giant in his own right with 7M YouTube subscribers and collaborations with music juggernauts like Tiësto and Ed Sheeran, brings his flair to this remix, further amplifying its reach.
NCS's unique positioning in the music industry, with its eclectic mix of genres and commitment to copyright-free music, has made it a favorite among the younger audience deeply rooted in internet culture. Their music has graced internet celebrities and Hollywood stars' videos, from Kim Kardashian to Jack Black.
This remix, uniting the brilliance of Don Diablo with the vast platform of NCS, is poised to be a Future House anthem that resonates across dance floors and headphones for years to come.