Following his Summer 2019 hits “Summer Days” featuring Macklemore and Patrick Stump of Fall Out Boy, and “Home” featuring Bonn, Martin Garrix is continuing his streak of club culture success with his latest Dean Lewis collaboration as “Used To Love” jumps from #18* to #12* on this week’s Billboard Dance Club Songs Top50 chart.

This RCA Records-released effort finds the Dutch DJ/producer creating yet an Pop/EDM crossover, propelled by Australain-born Lewis’ voice, as we recites: “But you will never be left behind/ Give me a moment, I need just a little more time/ If I could, I would have made things right/ But we can’t go back to the way that we used to love.” Garrix supports the composition by providing an ambient instrumental that builds toward a festival-worthy drop. Check out the video to this week’s #12* Billboard Dance Club Songs charter.

Helping attract increased dance floor deejay appeal are remixes by remix/producer elites Marc Stout & Tony Arzadon and Dirty Werk who come in hot to boast the North American appeal for “Used To Love.”

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