Listen to Wongo's thumping new single Be 2 Be, featuring Ducky

Listen to Wongo's thumping new single Be 2 Be, featuring Ducky

Plus remixes from MSCLS, Sluggers and Fossa Beats.

Making a name for himself as one of Australia's most out-there producers, house don Wongo has treated us to an arsenal of 10/10 tunes over the years, with production highlights including the Cut Snake-featuring Maybe Why Not, the high-flying thumper Helium and a rolling remix of Kanye's All Day. That being said, his newest track Be 2 Be eclipses all these, with Wongo going for a more refined, stylish sound compared to his previous work. Sporting guest vocals from Ducky, who made our list of female club forces to look out for a few months backBe 2 Be is a more commercial take on Wongo's earth-rumbling sound, with Ducky's light, bubbly vocals contrasting against Wongo's dark, brooding production. For Wongo, it sees him tap into a side of music production he's really yet to explore on a public level. "Be 2 Be is my best work yet. Tapping into the songwriter side of myself has been so rewarding and pushing myself to new strengths has opened my creative side to new possibilities," he explains. "Working with someone as forward thinking as Ducky has been a fundamental part of this process and I know this is the progression of myself as an artist". The track comes alongside remixes from Australian future-bass up and comer Fossa Beats, mysterious bass-house duo Sluggers and house producer MSCLS, who each offer a slightly different take on Be 2 Be pulsating with their own signature sounds. Listen to the track and its accompanying remixes below, as well as an absolutely classic take on his recent Soundcloud account deletion, perhaps the reason why Be 2 Be is a Spotify exclusive for the next few weeks.

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