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Rising Star DallasK Teams Up with Nicky Romero and XYLØ for “Sometimes” Single Out Now!

Burgeoning Los Angeles-based DJ, electronic pop songwriter, singer and producer DallasK unveils his latest collaboration with Protocol label owner, Dutch DJ superstar Nicky Romero on “Sometimes.”

The infectious and effusive future house single features DallasK trading vocals with fellow LA-based singer XYLØ.  Served just in time for the festival season, the breezy and melodic, pop-infused single addresses a topic that anyone can relate to; missing a significant other.
Talking about the meaning of the single, DallasK explains, “Sometimes’ is a song that we wrote about the push and pull between your past and present. Almost everyone has had someone come into their life who made such an impact that they lingered well beyond the end of the relationship, and this is a song for those people.”

Active as a songwriter, vocalist, and producer since 2010, DallasK (Dallas Koehlke) successfully straddles the worlds of electronic and pop, creating catchy hybrids that have earned him many noteworthy collaborations, allowing him to challenge himself creatively as an artist.
His credits include co-writing and producing Fifth Harmony’s 5x platinum single “Work From Home feat. Ty Dolla Sign”, as well as their singles “Down” and “He Like That…” off their self-titled album. He has also written for Tiësto, Hardwell, and Zedd.
What’s next for DallasK? Keeping his momentum going, he presently has upcoming singles in the works with a dynamic array of artists including pop icon Celine DionZedd, Zara Larsson, Dove Cameron, Tove Styrke, NOTD, LAUV, and more.
DallasK has also provided chart-topping remixes for The Chainsmokers, Katy Perry, Ke$ha, Martin Garrix, and many others. A versatile producer who also contributes to lyric and melody, he’s released four singles, all of which have been featured on Spotify’s New Music Friday, Pop Rising, and Mood Booster playlists.

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