GRL Gang Wreck the Halls (2)

Get In The Holiday Spirit With GRL GANG + ‘Wreck The Halls Vol. 2’

GRL GANG just dropped their second volume of Wreck the Halls and our halls are most definitely wrecked. Featuring tracks from seven sizzling sisters, the compilation is a must-listen for anyone looking for new dance music this season.

Wreck the Halls Vol. 2 boasts a nice spread of genres.

The compilation starts off with high, feel-good energy: a track from Kenzie Black (that we automatically saved to all of our party playlists) and another from REMETI that brought us right out of our shuffling rut. Then, Shmell slows it down and takes us on a melodic journey with beautifully hypnotic vocals.

Prodigal 13-year-old artist Dxstinie made our jaws drop with a heavy dubstep standout. After breaking our necks, AK Renny brings us to the disco dancefloor with “Hold You Now.” ENTITY brings us up the ladder with another enticing melodic track, and AIXI slams us right back to the ground with a dark and stompy heater featuring STILLONIT.

The curation of the compilation is top tier. A little something for everyone. A flow as smooth as butter, but keeps listeners on their toes with the genre variety. Incredible work by the GRL GANG team! We are not worthy!!

I’m so excited to be releasing our newest Wreck The Halls compilation showcasing some incredibly talented women in dance music. The release is so diverse and has something for just about everyone. I hope everyone enjoys these tracks as much as I do and finds a new favorite artist along the way.

JEANIE, Founder of GRL GANG

GRL GANG is an initiative and platform dedicated to expanding the presence of women in dance music. It is a tightly knit community of DJs, producers, managers, publicists, artists, and more.

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