R3HAB & Winona Oak Release “Thinking About You”

The musical pair presents a soulful track

R3HAB and Winona Oak are exceptional and talented individuals. When they make songs, their fans’ response is pretty positive. Well, today they released their soulful dance-pop anthem “Thinking About You.”

Winona Oak utilises her amazing vocals whilst R3HAB constructs a groovy and understated drop. The drop isn’t too hard neither is it too soft; it’s just right. This song is bound to be on a radio station near you as the radio-friendly lyrics and drop make it a future success. With its dreamy-but-danceable sound and Oak‘s impressive vocals, “Thinking About You” holds strong radio appeal to fans of dance and pop music alike. 

R3HAB is a giant in the EDM scene. Furthermore, from his collaborations with Calvin Harris to his debut album released in 2017, R3HAB has established himself to be a future legend of the dance genre. Moreover, he made number 14 on DJ Mag’s Top 100 list in 2019, topping the charts with tracks like “Lullaby” and “Hold On Tight,”

Winona Oak comes off the back from her collaboration with Robin Schulz “Oxygen“. The track topped the German Dance charts – which tells you that Winona Oak is pretty good at what she does. She is well known for working alongside What So Not and The Chainsmokers on the songs “Beautiful” and “Hope”.

Every now and then, you know it. And when I was working on this track, I knew it too. Only one voice could complete the song, and it was Winona Oak‘s. She has the voice you recognize immediately. I love the result we achieved with ‘Thinking About You,’ and I hope you do too.


Thinking About You” is all about feeling yourself and the sparkling chemistry between two people. I had a lot of fun making this one together with R3HAB and love how it makes you wanna dance, but still has that melancholic vibe to it.

Winona Oak

You can stream “Thinking About You” on Spotify or on YouTube here:

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Manav Pallan

I'm a crazed motoring fan and I have been listening to EDM for a major chunk of my life. I'm particularly interested in Dutch house, Progressive house and Tropical house. Is that enough house? My favourite DJs are Robin Schulz, Jay Hardway and Mike Williams.

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