Adding another chapter to their resume, Grammy® Award-winning duo The Chainsmokers team up with fellow US artist Cheyenne Giles for the single ‘Make Me Feel’. It’s a fresh dive into contemporary house music, as the guys lay down a groove with percussion and spacious sound effects, reminiscing an old-skool ’90s sound with synth stabs and vintage vocal samples.
In a wave of success since the mid-10s, artist/producer duo The Chainsmokers has pushed the ever-expanding electronic music scene with tracks like ‘Closer’, ‘Something Just Like This’, ‘Roses’ and ‘Don’t Let Me Down’. While racking up ‘billions of streams’, the duo aimed to blur the lines between indie, progressive, and pop, continuously adding unimagined accents to their sound.
This latest track sees them return to the dancefloor, teaming up with Cheyenne, who was signed by Tiësto in 2019 for his Musical Freedom label, and since then has dropped tracks such as ‘DVNCEFLOOR’, ‘Jump Around’, ‘Non-Stop’ and ‘Heat’.
Together, the guys deliver a piece of house music, blending an old-skool quality with contemporary electronic vibes. It’s a tune that builds momentum with a raw, four-to-the-floor rhythm. When the groove thickens, the song drops into a beat, highlighted by horns and vocal samples, unleashing a chorus that reminisces a classic-90s sound.
Already supported by Tiësto, Martin Garrix, Afrojack, Armin van Buuren, Mike Williams, and Lucas & Steve, it’s out now on Musical Freedom.