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Chuckie & Bobby Puma’s new Collab ‘Mainstage’ Is In The Making

Clyde Sergio Narain, also known as Chuckie, was ranked #32 in the ‘DJ Magazines Top 100’ 2011. Having risen to fame with chart successes such as “Let The Bass Kick” and “Aftershock”, Chuckie’s career has continued to develop thus turning him into a global phenomeno. His own ‘Dirty Dutch’ club concept has evolved over the years from a solid urban event for 6,000 people into a massive house music night for 30,000 people and now even consistently sells out Amsterdam’s RAI stadium in record time. Chuckie recently teamed up with Bobby Puma to create the heavy electro anthem, ‘Mainstage’.

Bay area badman Bobby Puma has made his career from defying genre expectations. One day he’s dropping trap bangers, the next it’s some main stage-facing house tunage. But he’s gone a step beyond in releasing his own loftily-worded manifesto decrying the woes of a genre-bound musical landscape to coincide with the release of his track “Manifesto” on Dutch legend Sander van Doorn’s Doorn Records. Puma already has three top ten tracks on Beatorpt and a release alongside Tiesto, Natalie Major, and DJ support from some of the biggest names including Calvin Harris, Hardwell, Afrojack, and more.

The two worked together on a collaboration that’s sure to get you on your feet. Set to release on August 24th, this big room record reflects Dirty Dutch Music as a label as well as the rise of Puma and continuous domination of Chuckie. With deep driving synth progressions and timely vocal chops, Puma and Chuckie did a great job of patching multiple genres into one. Keep your eyes and ears peeled for the full song on August 24th!

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