In the last few years the EDM music scene has seen the birth of many subgenres, in the early days of electronic music the genres were less and one of these was the Progressive House which had a huge success, some of the most famous songs of this genre were produced by artists like Hardwell, Avicii, Nicky Romero and the Swedish House Mafia who have played a fundamental role in spreading this genre, after some years this genre continues to excite fans and there are artists who continue in Progressive House productions.
This is the case of Zoibaf, a young 26 years old Italian producer who over the years has alternated different genres in his productions passing through Electro House, Big Room and Future Bass but his most known productions are the Progressive House ones.
Songs like "Stay here", "Break Throught", "New World" and "Remedy" are some of his best known productions.
His latest remix for the song "Heaven" by Avicii & Chris Martin released in conjunction with the release of the Swedish artist's posthumous album was made in collaboration with the singer Hennri who made a cover of the vocal part of the song, the drop instead features more Progressive House sounds than the original but keeps the same melody and has a really nice sound to listen to.
Zoibaf has collaborated with several international artists such as TRUNG, Vanto, Exodus, 3mon and also with known singers like Jex, LUX, AXYL and Brooke Tomlinson.
His remixes of the songs "Something Just Like This" and "Young" by The Chainsokers have had many supports and plays, his track "I Try" in collaboration with Vanto and Exodus has reached the number 69 position of Beatport.
We hope that Zoibaf will soon give us a new track!
Here's the last song by Zoibaf:
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