“Mangalam” collab- Will Sparks and Maddix

Carnage’s Heavyweight Records just released a must-hear collaboration today (Dec 14), “Mangalam,” between Will Sparks and Maddix. It is a party-ready bounce/ hardstyle single filled with tribal rhythms, upbeat kick drums, and intense basslines. The tribal vocal riffs give the track its name and really make it stand out. 

“Mangalam” is a word that signifies good fortune in Sanskrit, and we’re sure that it will be a self-fulfilling prophecy by firing up dance floors around the globe.

It is now available on all streaming services. Listen to the new song below and download/stream here.

“Mangalam” follows Sparks’ latest releases such as “Tombstone” with SCNDL (released on Monstercat) and “Flakka Flakka” (Armada). Maddix is a talented newcomer from the Netherlands, known for his collaborations with Hardwell (“Smash This Beat” and “Bella Ciao”).

Sparks is an Australian DJ and producer and first became known in the Melbourne dance genre.  He has remixed with The Chainsmokers, Robin Thicke, Iggy Azalea, Major Lazer, among others. He was named number one Australian DJ in 2014 and won the title of “Best Breakthrough Artist” by inthemix.

His song, “Ah Yeah, So What” was featured as the main promotional track for The Rock’s TV series, “Ballers.” It was also featured in the film “We Are Your Friends,” where Zac Efron played an inspiring DJ. 

Maddix, a Dutch producer, has officially remixed Calvin Harris’ ft. Ellie Goulding “Outside”, Sick Individuals  “Alive” and has collaborated with Hardwell, Timmy Trumpet, Olly James, Kris Kiss, Olly James. His past singles have been released on Revealed Recordings, Spinnin’ Records and Armada. Maddix has been supported by artists such as Hardwell, Afrojack and Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike.

This is their first collaboration together but keep an eye out for more new music from them in 2019.

Are you excited for the collaboration? Let us know on Twitter at @CelebMix








      


 

Written by Brittany Sims

Brittany is a recent graduate of Temple University in Philadelphia, PA, where she obtained her degree in Journalism. Her love for writing started as a child and grew from there. When she started becoming obsessed with celebrities and pop culture, Brittany decided to start a career in Journalism.