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Dutch duo Mr. Belt & Wezol are back, dropping another blazing rework of a disco classic, resulting in one of the most exciting house tunes this early festival season. Don’t forget to also check out the video, a funny compilation of the most cringy stock footage out there.
Mr. Belt & Wezol have been on fire these last years. 2015 saw them rise to international fame on the waves of hit single ‘Somebody To Love’. Releasing other festival gems like ‘Finally’ and ‘RDY2FLY’ on Spinnin’ Deep, the Dutch duo turned into one of house music’s most exciting new acts, early 2016 rewarded with an International Dance Music Award (IDMA) in the category Best Break-Through Artist.
Last years saw the guys on a sweet disco trip, reworking the classic Earth, Wind & Fire tune ‘Boogie Wonderland’ and revamping the Chic classic ‘Good Times’ to critical acclaim. Meanwhile, they’ve kept on playing several gigs, while presenting their highly popular vlogs to an ever growing audience.
‘Let’s All Chant‘
And now, the guys continue the party with ‘Let’s All Chant‘, a wonderful rework of the 1977 disco classic by Michael Zager. DJ support already counts tastemakers like Martin Garrix, Lucas & Steve, Sam Feldt and EDX, and is most probably expanding more and more as we move into the summer festival season.
“When I heard the original 1977 track ‘Let’s All Chant‘ for the first time I just knew I had to sample it. It just has nostalgia and happy vibes written all over it.” – Sam van Wees (aka Wezol)
“No budget for a music video means no video at all, or a video with only stock footage. As you might know, stock footage on free websites is cringy and awkward as hell most of the times. We therefore came up with the idea to make this video as cringy and awkward as possible. If it’s going to be cringy.. why not go all the way, right?” – Bart Riem (aka Mr. Belt)