DLMT Shifts Gears with Piano-House Hit “Don’t Wanna Wait (ft. Laura Davie)”
Buy & Stream: Don’t Wanna Wait (ft. Laura Davie)
DLMT shifts gears to an expertly crafted piano-house production on “Don’t Wanna Wait,” layered with cathartic, soulful vocals from the UK’s Laura Davie.
Following the success of his most recent single, “Better Off (ft. Sara Diamond),” which is currently featured in Apple Music’s New in Dance and Future Dance Hits playlists, DLMT fully displays his musical versatility. The producer presents his newest era of house music styling. His experimentation in the studio translates to a strong piano-house production, balancing powerful melodies and vocals without overwhelming listeners. Having previously collaborated with Illyus, Damon Hess, and Mark Knight on “If It’s Love” which has now amassed over 3M on-demand streams, heavyweight vocalist Laura Davie sends the new single soaring.
“Don’t Wanna Wait” adds to DLMT’s growing Dim Mak discography, which includes his 2020 Restart EP. As a thank you to his fans, DLMT is sharing some of the secret sauce techniques that frequent his standout productions. In partnership with Dim Mak and FaderPro, DLMT presents a production masterclass where he guides students through the process of building a composition from start to finish. For more information, please visit: faderpro.com/programs/dlmt-track-from-scratch
Over the last few years, DLMT has been making his mark on the house music scene. With hard hitting bass lines fused with euphoric and melodic vocals, his sound has become a staple in the industry. Since debuting his breakout hit “So Cold” on Armada in early 2019, it has seen tremendous success and set the benchmark for his future sound. The record spent 15 weeks on the Billboard Dance/Mix Show Airplay Chart eventually claiming the #1 spot, while concurrently hitting #1 on the US Dance Radio Mediabase Chart. The record also claimed the #4 most played song on SiriusXM BPM in 2019. While 2020 was a trying year for most artists, DLMT continued to flourish through all of the uncertainty. Following the roll-out of his debut EP Restart on Dim Mak Records, DLMT capped off the year with his highly anticipated collaboration with Afrojack “Wish You Were Here” featuring Brandyn Burnette. The record immediately took off with over 3 million streams in the first couple of months and shows no signs of slowing down. With recent releases on Big Beat, Ultra Records, Musical Freedom, Spinnin Records and several other tastemaker labels such as Enhanced Music, Armada, and Dim Mak, the future is shining extra bright for DLMT.