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Sometimes a broken heart requires happy romance movies, tears, and pints of ice cream to mend…and sometimes all it needs is a good song to dance to.
Whether or not you’re down in the dumps, leave it to Plastik Funk to release brand new music that lifts your spirits and moves your body.
His newest release on Armada Deep, “Damaged Heart,” pairs Plastik Funk‘s signature bouncy, funky vibe with hit singer Alex Prince‘s impeccable and emotive vocals.
“Alex Prince is an old friend and an amazing artist, writer and singer,” says Plastik Funk of the collaboration, “We’ve been playing the track for quite a while, but now it’s finally getting released and we can’t wait to show to all our fans!”
With its deep, groovy vibes, “Damaged Heart” is the perfect track for the last bright and balmy days of summer.
“Damaged Heart” is out on Armada Deep and closely follows Plastik Funk‘s recent remix of Stadium X‘s nostalgic “Those Were the Days.”
The man behind dynamic, euphoric hits like “Sunrise,” “Here We Go” and the classic “Tight” is none other than Rafael Ximenez-Carrillo, who has made it his mission to get people dancing and make them feel good through his music.
Anyone who has ever seen his live sets can attest that he accomplishes this undertaking with ease; he has played at some of the world’s best festivals and clubs as part of the crew on Armada Music, where many of his productions have found a home.
His music has also caught the attention of other industry heavy hitters; his track “Got No Love” was premiered by Don Diablo on Hexagon Radio, and his productions received support from the likes of Sander van Doorn, Nicky Romero and more.
He recently kicked off his #FunkYouVeryMuch Monthly Radio Show, which is brimming with the freshest in groovy, energetic tunes and a dose of personality from the man himself.
With several new releases in the queue, Plastik Funk always has something up his sleeve.