Two of the hottest names in the house music scene, BOT and VNSSA, have joined forces for a release that hits the spot and is exactly “What I Want.”

When two artists who are known for producing floor fillers get together into the studio, the end result is typically something sensational. That’s exactly what happened when BOT and VNSSA teamed up recently to work on a fresh track dubbed “What I Want” that doubles as their debut on Gorgon City’s imprint REALM that’s due out December 13.

In one corner is BOT, who has risen through the ranks of the scene with his futuristic techno sound that has graced labels ranging from Dirtybird to his very own imprint Main Course. In the other corner is VNSSA, one of the freshest faces on the house scene who has carved out a strong following with tracks like “Rave Grave” and “Word.”

Together, these two have already made some magic of their own when they released the Creatures EP and now they’ve returned with “What I Want”.

“What I Want” delivers a bassline that will have your head bobbing right along with it before introducing wobbles and spacey noises with a vocal that pairs perfectly as well. Speaking about the release, VNSSA stated “I love working with BOT. We learn so much from each other in the studio and you can really feel that energy when you listen to this track.”

“This was not the first time Vanessa and I teamed up in the studio and I feel the reason why is because we have a similar approach,” BOT chimed in to say, “We get technical with synths and production tricks while trying not to lose sight of what makes a song an actual song and not just a DJ track.” 

Get to grooving with this fresh tune from BOT and VNSSA exclusively here, pre-save the release on your favorite platform, and let us know if this tune is what YOU want in the comments!

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  1. Uhg I love them both but this song isn’t it for me. It’s just way too close to Maries Davidson’s Work without building on Davidson’s message? I get that this whole genre is about remixing and building on other people’s work. But in this case i dont feel like it was executed well…

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