Brazilian DJ/producer FTampa is back with “F.I.A.”, a new single that combines big festival vibes with creatively placed vocals and drums.
FTampa is easily one of the biggest names in the Brazilian electronic music scene. Known for his hard-hitting approach to production, he has also released radio-ready tunes under Sony’s Brazilian label that log millions of plays from fans around the world. But he’s kept the sounds of big room and electro alive with his distinct style. After dropping “Lakers” back in November, he’s back with a new release dubbed “F.I.A.” proves that he continues to be on the top of his game.
His newest single, “F.I.A.”, is a return to the festival-ready, big room house vibe that can be found on his classic tracks like “Slammer” with Quintino. With a powerful kick and vocal leading the way on the drop, this tune is sure to make its way into festival sets next summer.
“This track represents a lot to me because it is part of a sequence of club songs that I’m releasing after almost three years away from the club world. I’ve been working on a lot of cool stuff trying to bring an insane bit mixed with some fun and out of the box elements,” said FTampa when asked about the track.
He went on to say, “I believe that my journey through pop over the past three years have given me a lot of inspiration to come up with something original and powerful! I hope you love this track as much as I do and keep tuned because there are a lot more coming out. Thanks, EDM Identity! It is great to be back to EDM!”
Listen to our exclusive premiere of “F.I.A.” by FTampa below and read on for more about the track!
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“F.I.A.” is a track that would sound perfect on a hot day in Miami’s Bayfront Park during next year’s Ultra Music Festival.
After the song is introduced with drums and sounds that have an undeniable groove, a lengthy buildup comes next. Slowly, things get more intense, leading to a drop that is full of intricate drums on top of a perfectly placed “boom” sample. After a quick breakdown, the second drop comes out of nowhere and hits once again to close out the track.
The song really shows off a modern sound of mainstage dance music and does it well. With the “boom” sample leading the way on the drop, it’s hard not to think of Tiesto’s 2017 classic track that calls out the same lyric. But FTampa’s tune brings a much different vibe, and I’m really enjoying the production.