At just 23 years old, Dutch DJ Brooks has shaken up the industry early in his career and captured the attention of those that matter. Setting ablaze current electronic music with pop-ready collaborations — including the 226 million streams that came from “Like I Do” with David Guetta and Martin Garrix — tracks with Mike Williams and Showtek also helped shine a light on this new-school Eindhoven talent.
Brooks recently wrapped up his Asia tour of China, Myanmar, Thailand and Vietnam, followed by performances in Poland and Dubai. He also dropped the new single “Limbo” on Nov. 16.
Enlisting the all-encompassing, shining vocals of Zoë Moss, Brooks stylizes a piano chord that wraps around the top line before echoes of “There’s no gravity between you and me” pulls the listener in, before giving way to a future bass-style breakdown of chords.
Released via iconic label Positiva, as it celebrates 25 years of stellar outputs, and Universal NL, the track has been stirring up momentum ever since it’s Tomorrowland mainstage premiere back in July and is set to unleash the explosive potential of Brooks to a wider audience.
With his new track airing on Billboard Radio Chengdu FM 105.1, Brooks told Billboard Radio China in a phone interview, “It won’t take long until I go back to Asia. I have a lot of new music, and I can’t wait to see you guys again.”