Dim Mak Releases "Greatest Hits 2017"

Dim Mak Releases Greatest Hits 2017

Dim Mak Greatest Hits 2017 is a stacked compilation of the label’s standout releases from 2017. Bolstered by a dynamic collection of sounds ranging from hard-hitting trap and melodic future bass to tech-driven bass house bangers (and everything in between), the package features music by Dim Mak favorites Keys N Krates, Prince Fox feat. Bella ThorneLaidback LukeRain Man feat. MAXQUIXGarmianiKRANEViceroyMORTENSam FMax StylerBROHUGMatrodaHenry FongNoise CansStööki Sound and many more. Coinciding with the release, label boss Steve Aoki leads a Dim Mak takeover of Annie Nightingale Presents on Wednesday, January 10th, airing from 1-3AM GMT on BBC Radio 1 & BBC 1Xtra. Tune in to hear guest mixes from Aoki, Prince Fox, Max Styler and QUIX. Fans can listen again online for 30 days after the broadcast: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b09l26gq
Coming off a monumental 20th anniversary in 2016, Dim Mak entered 2017 re-energized and ready to take on the world. Aoki’s Dim Mak Collection fashion label arrived stateside and made its New York Fashion Week debut in January, shaking the industry with a punk-driven presentation. Heading into spring, Aoki remixed My Chemical Romance’s epic anthem “Welcome To The Black Parade” and brought the label to Wynwood’s RC Cola Plant for Dim Mak’s largest Miami Music Week event to date.
The summer saw debut EPs from QUIX (Heaps Cooland Sam F (Electric Soul), while Aoki dropped his star-studded hip-hop album Kolonyfeaturing collaborations with Lil Uzi VertMigosMa$e and many more. Prince Fox linked up with Bella Thorne for “Just Call,” with a quirky music video that became the #7 Most Trending video on YouTube. Dim Mak also invaded European festivals with stages at Sziget and Tomorrowland. Around the same time, Dim Mak Publishing inked a global administration deal with Warner/Chappell Music, the publishing arm of Warner Music Group.
The year wrapped with a handful of club driven remixes from Aoki, including Garmiani’s “Shine Good,” Oliver Heldens’ “What The Funk,” and “Linkin Park& Steve Aoki - Darker Than The Light That Never Bleeds (Chester Forever Steve Aoki Remix),” his tribute to the late Chester Bennington. Aoki brought the Dim Mak Collection to ComplexCon, where he personally screen printed limited edition graphic tees (created in collaboration with notorious street artist David Choe) while chatting with convention curator Takashi Murakami. The 4th quarter also saw critically acclaimed debut works from Noise Cans (Masquerave EP) and KRANE (Fallout LP.) Closing out the year on a high note, Dim Mak’s premier live electronic act Keys N Krates were awarded a RIAA Gold certification for their trap anthem “Dum Dee Dum,” and the group followed this announcement with the release of their most musically sophisticated single to date, “Glitter (feat. Ambre).”
Stay tuned for the Dim Mak Greatest Hits 2017: Remixes package on the horizon, and keep your eyes peeled for more groundbreaking music as Dim Mak pushes the needle even further in 2018.

**Listen on Spotify/Apple/SoundCloud: http://smarturl.it/GH2017

Dim Mak Greatest Hits 2017: Originals Tracklist
1. Prince Fox “Just Call (feat. Bella Thorne)”
2. Sam F “Limitless (feat. Sophie Rose)”
3. Keys N Krates & KRANE “Right Here”
4. QUIX “Riot Call (feat. Nevve)”
5. BROHUG “Droppers”
6. Borgeous & MORTEN  “Hold Up”
7. MAKJ & Max Styler “Knock Me Down (feat. Elayna Boynton)”
8. Laidback Luke & Made In June “Paradise (feat. Bright Lights)”
9. Garmiani “Shine Good (feat. Julimar Santos)”
10. Rain Man & MAX “Do You Still Feel?”
11. KRANE “Nobody But You”
12. Boehm “Outside of the Lines (feat. Laurell)”
13. Viceroy “Improvise (feat.Tom Aspaul)”
14. Not Your Dope “Indestructible (feat. MAX)”
15. Dirtyphonics “Boombox”
16. Riot Ten “Rail Breaker (feat. Rico Act)”
17. Paris Blohm “When The Lights Go Out (feat. LINNEY)”
18. Marnik & Miami Blue “Matador (feat. Marano)”
19. Matroda “BO$$”
20. Henry Fong “Young Hearts (feat. Nyla & Stylo G)”
21. Noise Cans “Standing (feat. ASTR)”
22. Stooki Sound “Burbs (feat. Bok Nero)”
23. Max Styler “Secrets (feat. CXLOE)”