Russian EDM heavyweights Swanky Tunes are back, and this time they have teamed up with Aussie superstar duo Teddy Cream. The collaboration sees them take on a vibrant re-imagining of Post Malone’s smash hit ‘Better Now’, giving the hip-hop classic a pop/EDM work over.
“We are huge fans of Post Malone, and thought it would be epic to bring one of his best tracks to life in our dance community,” explains Melbourne duo Teddy Cream. “Also, collabing with EDM heavyweights Swanky Tunes was a pleasure; we’ve looked up to them for years.”
Teddy Cream is Brandon Mangion and Vincent Calderone, two lifelong friends who began producing together at 13, touring at 18, and dominating dance music not long after. Whatever the song, whatever the genre, their music is made to party to. In 2017, their reworks of Sonia Dada’s ‘Lover’ and Daryl Braithwaite’s hit ‘Horses’ climbed the ARIA Club Charts and Spotify Viral Chart and amassed over 4 million streams. With over 15 million total streams to their name, plus almost 3 million likes of their high-energy Tik Tok videos, Teddy Cream are certainly a force to be reckoned with.
Mirroring Teddy Cream’s success is Russia’s Swanky Tunes. Their pioneering progressive and electro-house sound has seen the group find themselves featured in the Top 100 DJ MAG countdown five years in a row, working with Tiesto, Kaskade, and R3hab, playing festivals like Tomorrowland, Ultra Music Festival, and Electric Zoo, and racking up millions of streams.
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