R3hab is hardly a newcomer. He’s been a regular name on scene since his big-room Dutch house landed him major festival spots in the late aughts. He’s one of Hardwell‘s best buddie and his handywork has been in high demand for remixes from dance and pop acts alike, including Bruno Mars, The Chainsmokers and way more.
His sound has evolved through the years and though he isn’t the same monster stomper he used to be. he can also serve clubs indie dance, pop hooks, house realness and late-night romance. He’s been taking his time, developing a versatility that can only be earned through years of hard work and world travel.
On Friday (Sept. 15) all that focus paid off in a big way with the arrival of his debut album, Trouble, featuring a collection of massive tracks that more than make up for the wait.
Here, we see R3hab dipping into some future vibes, downtempo, radio-ready toplines and big, colorful flourishes fans have come to expect. The album is clean and cute, and features fun collaborations with Vérité, Quintino, Rynn, Khrebto, Little Daylight, Felix Cartel, R I T U A L and Skytech.
Trouble is out now in all its glory on R3hab’s own label. Listen below.