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“Everything started with a wordplay on ‘Ghetto Guetta,’” Crookers’ Francesco “Phra” Barbaglia told Billboard of his new release, “Ghetto Guetta”. “After I came up with that, then I tried to translate that wordplay into music. My idea behind making ‘Ghetto Guetta’ was to use a mainstream break, big chords against simple and effective brass and big drums.”


“I played it couple of times in clubs around the world and it went down really well, so I was happy,” Phra explains. “After I started playing it at big festivals across the summer, it went down even better, so I was even happier!”


Look for release soon on Skrillex’s OWSLA imprint.


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