Marten Hørger Drops Exciting New Single with Donkong “AH LORD”: Listen

Marten Hørger & Donkong team up for the latest bass house anthem offering a new sound influenced by gospel music

Marten Hørger has proven once again why he’s one of the hottest acts in the dance music scene right now with the release of his latest collaboration. Released on Tchami’s own Confession label, “AH LORD” sees the prolific German DJ partner up with the innovative duo of Donkong for an exciting new record that comes as a breath of fresh air with unique inspirations.

The collaboration begins with a vibrant surprise of gospel influenced vocals that play over an organ. A fine selection of percussion has been curated to create the groove that will make you tap your boots to the rhythm right from the start. In the next section, we hear the signature Marten Hørger vocal turning into a riser with other elements bringing up the tension. There’s an outstanding play of energy with perfectly timed ebbs and flows throughout. You’ll go from tapping your boots to moving on the dancefloor when the drop kicks in with a groovy bassline.

Donkong have showcased their skills of breaking the boundaries between genres with Marten as they incorporate elements from gospel music into the dance track. The German prince of bass house music continues his strong run after topping the charts earlier this year, and dropping his debut NFT that featured a one-of-one song with a unique cover art last month. The production trio has given the fans a treat with their style-bending song that offers a distinctive taste not usually found so well embraced in the scene.

Check out “AH LORD” by Marten Hørger and Donkong, out now on Confession below.

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Image Credit: Marten Hørger & Donkong (for EDMNomad)

Nik Brown
Dance music lover, love to talk about everything EDM, cats & dogs are both cool, PLUR!


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