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GG Magree Teams Up with Joey Fleming for “Nervous Habits”

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Australian powerhouse GG Magree teams up with In Her Own Words lead singer Joey Fleming on “Nervous Habits.” Magree’s sonic ambition is on full display, as she duets tight hooks over melodic dubstep instrumentation. Although GG Magree has made a name for herself through her raucous bass music, “Nervous Habits” showcases a vulnerable side.

Both GG and Joey flex their singing chops on the single, balancing honeyed lines with angst-ridden verses. These roll off like a conversation between a star-crossed couple. Additionally, a deep synth bass lurks beneath the vocals, which drops into a heavy and intense breakdown. Furthermore, it feels like wading through the darkness of this particular relationship. Magree and Fleming fuse raw emotion, breathtaking vocals, and bone-shaking bass to create the powerful “Nervous Habits.”

GG’s indisputable talent as a DJ, producer, and singer/songwriter has made her a triple threat in the electronic music industry. She first made waves in 2016 with her vocal debut “Frontlines,” in collaboration with NGHTMRE & Zeds Dead. Impressively, it amassed over 28M streams on Spotify alone. In her native Australia and beyond, Magree has become a highly sought after artist known for bringing electric energy to audiences worldwide; by far the best way to experience GG is at a live show. She has graced the stage with the likes of Pharrell, DJ Snake, Wu-Tang Clan, Zeds Dead, Virtual Self, Iggy Azalea, NGHTMRE, and many more.

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Hasan Singh

Hasan Singh is an author, a writer, and an ardent music lover. Proving that variety is the spice of life, his musical preferences include Reggae/Dancehall, Metal, and Trance. In terms of Trance, Aly & Fila, Paul van Dyk, and Ferry Corsten are a few of his favorite DJs out of an extensive list. Travel is another passion of his, and he and his wife often travel abroad to various Trance festivals, with A State of Trance and Luminosity Beach Festival among his favorites.

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