Raven & Kreyn have a brand new track out called “Step Aside”, under the tutelage of Blasterjaxx’s Maxximize Records.

The boys are established talents by now. Consisting of Alexandre Abescat and Tom Mokrane, the french talents started out in 2013, but first reached the big leagues in 2016, with the release of “Chicago” on Don Diablo’s Hexagon in 2016.

Since then, the rest is history, as the duo have tracks released under almost every major label in the business: including Spinnin Records, NCS, Enhanced Recordings, Future House Music, Hysteria and more, which have managed to get 10 million+ Spotify plays for the Raven & Kreyn boys. Now, they release for the first time on Maxximize Records, with a track entitled “Step Aside”.

The track starts out with with a “please step aside” vocal and background claps, with a rhythm that is somewhat reminiscent of Reggae. It quickly transitions to a future/electro house vibe, that is by now a trademark of Raven & Kreyn’s sound. The breakdown manages to be a bit more rhythmic than the first drop, with hard hitting claps and hi-hats. The second drop recycles many elements of the first, wrapping up the track.

You can check out the track in the link down below.

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