‘We Can Try’ by Haxhia Released on Future House Cloud

Haxhia, is an Italian-Albanian producer. He’s been into music since he was a child being an avid amateur of piano, starting taking private lessons with a local teacher. Since the beginning his dream has been to become a professional DJ gaining his first position as a resident at a prominent clubs in his area when he was just 16.

His strong passion for House Music and determination allowed him to step onto some of the most prestigious stages in Italy: on Christmas Eve 2019 he scored a set at nationwide famous club “Pineta” in Milano Marittima, such a staple for house music in the Riviera Romagnola area but also for the whole of Italy. During the fall of the same year, his started his journey in the music industry starting specific professional courses for music production that’ll bring him, alongside his ability to play different instruments, to create his first single “We Can Try”, released on 15th July 2020.

The song is a collaboration with Nino Lucarelli, well known in the dance scene for taking vocal part in hits such as “Stay With Me – Kryder”, “Save Me – Corey James”, “I Should Have Walked Away – KAAZE” and “California – Burak Yeter”. “We Can Try” fully embodies the vision and artist’s philosophy about music, his passion from the 70’s to modern dance. Haxhia strongly believes that dance music must be as much emotional as possible and deliver feelings to the audience.

This song aims to be a message of love and hope towards life, because “Just using a positive and hopeful approach we can really make things change”, that’s what the artist says, adding “We can see the world with different eyes… If we really want to make it to a point all together we can do it”.

Download and Stream: https://fhcs.fanlink.to/wecantry

Follow Haxhia: https://www.instagram.com/haxhiamusic

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Haxhiamusic

Klaus
Co-founder of EDM Nomad, EDM enthusiastic and social geek

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