August 10 2018
Timmy Trumpet is the multi-platinum selling Australian producer and DJ who long ago cemented his place as an influential performer and producer across the world. Continuing to make a hefty impression, Timmy has teamed up with the equally colossal artist, Lady Bee. Their new single is a strong trumpet-based track with an epic dancehall flavour. Let us welcome: Trumpets.
Renowned for his use of raw instruments in both his music and live performances, Timmy Trumpet is known for constant experimentation. This extra spice has made him one of the most proudly unique DJs in the DJ Mag Top 100. Having gained support from some of the biggest artists in dance music – plus collaborations with Hardwell and Vini Vici – Timmy is a true master of his craft. Previous releases include break out track Freaks featuring Savage, which soared swiftly to an incredible 150 million streams and took over the airwaves in Australia and all around the world. Timmy continued musical domination with tracks The Buzz, Punjabi, Party Til We Die and most recently the solid effort that was Booty Shake.
Joined by one of Amsterdam's favourite home grown artists, Lady Bee boasts a celebrated role at the very heart of the global bass, moombahton and house music scene. At the helm of chart topping hits like Drop It Down Like, Bucka and Return of the Mack, Lady Bee has proudly collaborated with the likes of Hardwell, Laidback Luke, Sidney Samson,TWRK, Tropkillaz and Alvaro, and released on some of the planet's most venerated imprints including Spinnin', Steve Aoki's Dim Mak Records, Diplo's Mad Decent Records, Laidback Luke's Mixmash Records and Anna Lunoe's Hyperhouse, making her the perfect match for the naughty slice of dancehall that is Trumpets.
Timmy Trumpet and Lady Bee are both artists that have played their part in a story of musical rebellion. Refusing to be pigeon holed, the pair lay down the law in new Trumpets collaboration. With considered energy, Trumpets is a mammoth track with moments that hint of a distinctive flare of Zorro. No matter where you are from, as they say, you better get ready when those trumpets sound.