Kaskade Officially Releases “Fun” Collab with BROHUG and Mr. Tape

Kaskade has come together with BROHUG and Mr. Tape for a “Fun” tune that dropped just in time for the summer months!

If you’ve caught a set from Kaskade recently at an event like Sun Soaked Miami or Ultra Music Festival you’ve definitely heard him play out a tune that was ID’d as “Fun Fun Fun”. One of the most prominent places it was first heard was in his Redux Set from the Arkade Office, a set which was gifted to his fans with a free download. Now known simply as “Fun”, the collaboration with BROHUG and Mr. Tape has received an official release along with a music video to pair with the tune!

Released on Kaskade’s own label, Arkade, “Fun” is a pop-infused tune that brings with it some infectious positive vibes that lead you to take life a little less seriously. With a highly anticipated set at EDC Las Vegas next weekend and an edition of Sun Soaked Long Beach coming up this summer, we can expect to hear this tune get played out plenty!

For the release, he looked to Swedish trio BROHUG to provide some funky house grooves and Mr. Tape for the energy they bring in their own tracks. Previously Mr. Tape had collaborated with Kaskade on “Show of Hands”, which was released on Kaskade’s Redux 002 and well-received by both fans and tastemakers.

Finishing off the track and bringing a sense of completion to it is none other than Madge. Her vocals really pack a punch and take “Fun” to the next level, and we cannot wait to see what is in store for this self-produced artist in the future as she grows as an artist!

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