Dillon Nathaniel Heads to Solotoko with “I Saw The Future”

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Dillon Nathaniel is ready to brighten up your day with the exclusive premiere of his new single “I Saw The Future.”

Sometimes you just need to escape or take a break from reality. Luckily, rising star Dillon Nathaniel is giving us that break and spreading all the positive vibes with “I Saw The Future,” the latest release via Solotoko. 

This hidden gem was featured on Malaa’s Illegal Mixtape back in 2017 with the fire track “Resonate,” and his recent collaboration with Yolanda Be Cool on “Tell Me Why” is super wavy and smooth. And word on the street is that Nathaniel is making iconic artists like Chris Lake, Solardo, Jamie Jones, and more turn their heads in fascination. To be honest, we’re not surprised especially after blasting his new single.

I Saw The Future” is definitely the vibe we all need right now. The feel-good tune will make any individual shimmy their shoulders and slip into a groovy two-step. The house track is packed with funky synths and kicking percussions. Moments of the track feel tropical as if you should be sipping on a cocktail (or mocktail) depending on what you prefer. It’s difficult to remain still and prevent the good vibes of the song from putting a smile on your face.

It’s pretty clear that Nathaniel will continue to leave a great impression on the dance community. Do yourself the favor, listen to “I Saw The Future” before anyone else and pre-save the EP ahead of its release tomorrow on Solotoko!

Stream Dillon Nathaniel – I Saw The Future on SoundCloud:

“I’m beyond excited to join the Solotoko family! They’ve been at the forefront of signing developing tech house artists and I couldn’t be more elated to join the list. Big ups to the boss Sonny Fodera for curating a label that cultivates such bright, young, and talented artists who produce great music!”

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