Husko Makes Everyone “Realise”


Rising Maltese DJ and producer Husko heads to Kideko’s Make ‘Em Move imprint for the release of his latest track “Realise.”

Husko has begun to gain some serious attention from house music lovers since first emerging on the scene. Over the past few years, this Maltese artist has graced labels such as Toolroom, Glasgow Underground, Be Yourself, and ARTWRK, while garnering support from top artists in the scene along the way. In 2021, Husko has continued his rise through the ranks with some house heaters that arrived in the form of the Dance Roots EP, Round The Bend EP with AP, and “Feel The Heat” as well. Now, he’s landed on Kideko’s Make ‘Em Move with his latest stunner, “Realise.”

Related: Looking for more house heaters to groove out to? Check out our Subterranean Sounds playlist on Spotify!

Officially due out on Friday, November 19, “Realise” is Husko at his finest. He takes listeners on a ride to house heaven from the moment they press play as the kicks and hi-hats enter speakers to command attention before dropping into a groovy beat that is dripping in classic house vibes. You simply can’t help but move your feet while listening to its beat – it’s pure dancefloor energy that will light a fire in the depths of your soul. If that wasn’t enough, the hypnotic, sultry vocal takes this track to the next level. Its seductive nature will make anyone feel sexy as they strut their stuff deep into the night while dancing under the stars.

Husko is quickly becoming an artist you need to be listening to if you’re on the hunt for fantastic house tunes. Get an exclusive listen to “Realise” on SoundCloud, download or stream the track when it officially drops on November 19, and let us know your thoughts in the comments!

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