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Today the eagerly awaited official music video for Mau P’s global dance hit ‘Drugs From Amsterdam’ is officially released. Shot in the artist’s native Amsterdam, the video takes you on a journey through the city’s raw and bustling nightlife through the perspective of the unsung heroes of the night, the taxi driver. Granting a unique view into what goes on after dark in one of the world’s most notorious nightlife hubs, the video is the perfect accompaniment to the current soundtrack to the global electronic music scene.
Mau P: “It’s amazing to finally have a visual version of Drugs From Amsterdam and even more amazing to have it produced and directed by one of my closest friends Tommy Reerink! I believe the video really shows the chaos that the Amsterdam nightlife can be and I love the idea of it being shown through a unique perspective like the taxi driver. Obviously a massive shout out to MC Stretch for his impeccable acting skills behind the wheel.”
Amsterdam native producer and DJ Mau P dropped his debut release ‘Drugs From Amsterdam’ in September 2022, signed on Lee Foss’ influential Repopulate Mars imprint, and licensed to Island UK, Republic Records and Virgin Germany. Since its release, the track has found heavyweight support from headlining DJs like Tiësto, John Summit, David Guetta, DJ Snake, Diplo, Dom Dolla, and Wade. Combining infectious vocals with a deep, filthy bassline and the most unruly of drops, ‘Drugs From Amsterdam’ is a dancefloor weapon that has taken the world by storm. The viral smash dominated festivals and sets last year, and has been hailed as a 2022 favourite by the likes of Billboard Dance and Beatport.
‘Drugs From Amsterdam’ originator and city native Mau P has made a major impact on the house music scene in a remarkably short space of time. He set an incredibly high bar with his thumping debut single, which rocketed from the underground to become a huge global hit with a staggering 50 million plays racked up in just the couple of months following its initial release. Combining a throbbing tech house vibe with an infectious vocal hook and even sounds sampled from the Amsterdam Metro, the track cracked the Shazam Top 200 in multiple countries, hitting #3 on the Dutch Shazam Chart and #4 on the Spotify Global Viral Chart. It also enjoyed major success at radio across the world. Featuring on many national stations like the UK’s BBC Radio 1, and additions to some of the biggest streaming playlists in the world including Spotify’s Mint, Beast Mode and Housewerk. With over 30 million plays on TikTok in addition to this in its first month, it quickly became an inescapable smash.
Mau P is showing no signs of stopping. His debut release ‘Drugs From Amsterdam’ continues to dominate in 2023, whilst the talent also plans to drop a brand new track later this month.