Henry Fong and Lady Bee pull out all the stops on their Dim Mak collab “POM POM” featuring Richie Loop. A punchy beat, bubblin' basslines and Loop's vocal skats provide the backbone to this jackin' bass house production.
It’s not every day that the laid-back fishing town of Jupiter, Florida produces a world class dance music act. In just a few short years, Fong transitioned from humble college student to internationally renowned talent, spreading his island influenced sounds around the world. He’s crafted official remixes for Calvin Harris, Rihanna, Zedd and Skrillex, all while delivering high energy originals such as “Wine Dem,” “Badam,” and “Vibrate.” Two of the singles he released through Dim Mak, “Drop it Down Low” and “Pop It Off,” grabbed the attention of Steve Aoki himself, who later remixed both of these tracks. Coming off a massive performance at Miami’s Ultra Music Festival 2018, the charismatic artist is now gearing up to perform at EDC Orlando this November. Although Fong is frequently booked to play at some of the largest venues and festivals in the world, he maintains his humility and down-to-earth persona.
Lady Bee’s ability to fuse Hip-Hop, Trap, Bass and Moombah has granted her universal respect and global success through her releases on Spinnin’, Mad Decent, Mixmash and Dim Mak. Her songs have been praised with numerous accolades, such as “Wheels In Motion,” which earned a spot in Diplo’s “Best of 2016” mix on his BBC Radio 1Xtra show, and “Bucka,” which topped the Beatport Hip-Hop chart. Last year she released her trap heavy EP Hype Them Hoes, further cementing her legacy as a leading figure in the global dance music scene.
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