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Tiësto Announces Release Date of New Album “DRIVE”

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Tiësto has been in the music industry for decades now, and nearing his 54th birthday, his ability to innovate has never been greater. The Dutch music superstar who was voted the “greatest DJ of all time” has announced his seventh studio album “DRIVE”. Having been scheduled for its debut on February 24th, 2023, the LP will contain 12 tracks that may be his grooviest yet, leaving fans highly anticipating the upcoming release. Comprised will be a variety of Tiësto’s recent hits, including “Don’t Be Shy”, a collaboration with the Columbian vocalist KAROL G, and “Pump It Louder”, a remix of the Black Eyed Peas massive 2013 hit “Pump It”.


Speaking in an interview with Zane Lowe of Apple Music 1, Tiësto explained that the album is going deeper into how individuals should feel house music, describing it as a “whole new direction”. Fans yearning for a replication of his classics may have to sit tight as Tiësto explores new avenues that will surely please the masses.



Released at the celebration of Atlantis The Royal, Dubai’s newest luxury resort, Tiësto gave fans a peek at what’s to come from his upcoming “DRIVE” album through his single “10:35”. Banding together with Canadian pop icon Tate McRae, the duo created a pop-house anthem that carries an uplifting tempo ready to electrify venues in the months to come.

According to a press release obtained by Stage Hoppers, Tiësto comments “Tate and I wanted to create a song that captured the energy of an experience at Atlantis The Royal, and I’m proud to say the feeling of 10:35 and this property are both infectious! So excited for the world to finally hear it.”


Be sure to watch the official “10:35″ music video below as it shows the beautiful Dubai city scape and Tate McRae dancing the night away in various locations at The Royal.

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