Mau P’s rise in the electronic dance music scene is no miracle. His talent has earned him a spot on Calvin Harris’ remix roster for “Miracle,” featuring Ellie Goulding. Joining the ranks of fellow Dutch producer Hardwell, Mau P’s burgeoning career has already reached impressive heights. Remember his award-winning track, “Drugs From Amsterdam“?
Recently, Mau P garnered the Electronic Dance Music Award for Dance Song of the Year. He is a force that needs to be reckoned with in the industry. In his remix, the producer embraces his trance and house roots to create a fresh yet nostalgic sound. The track features Goulding’s gated vocals in the chorus, resulting in an irresistibly catchy rhythm.
While staying true to the original melody, Mau P incorporates a new riff that’s designed to electrify the dancefloor. The remix not only showcases his talent but also transports him back to his earliest dance music influences.
In a press release, Mau P expressed his gratitude and excitement for the opportunity to remix a dance music legend like Calvin Harris. He said, “Being given the honour to remix one of the all-time legends in dance music at such an early stage in my career as Mau P is humbling and something I’d never held as possible just nine months ago.” He added that working on “Miracle” allowed him to reconnect with the Eurodance sound he grew up with, making the project an enjoyable and nostalgic experience.