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Times are changing and, luckily, more and more musical artists are joining forces in collaborative projects, creating synergies built on talent. A good example of this are the producers Coucheron and Pasha who also work together on the G.O.L project, which allows the two good friends to experiment with genres and create fun music. They’re now releasing their eagerly-awaited collaborative EP G.O.L. II: This Time It's Personal..., showcased by the breezy new single Sugar Rush. These seven tracks allow them to continue exploring a union between creative minds that promises to stay in time.

“On GOL II we follow the same principle as on GOL I; energy infused with our live show in focus during the whole creation process. This time with a bit more confidence and focus” replies Coucheron when asked about his latest project. Having impressed listeners worldwide with his innovative electro-pop, which has rewarded him with collaborations with big names such as Charlie Puth, Pitbull and Nick Jonas, now he collaborates again with Pasha, who has been named one of the world's leading rap talents by many renowned magazines. “We feel like the sound turned out as something unique, even though our listeners probably heard some of our individual sounds in this project.”

Dabbling in disco, dancehall, R&B and so much more, this new seven-track release is a coherent continuation of GOL I, but it goes one step further, demonstrating a breakthrough that we couldn't like more and that we're sure their audience will notice in their sound. “This is the song that I feel can get people out of their winter depression,” Pasha says about Sugar Rush, a song they re-did twenty times with different genres and styles. “I remember when we made this in the cabin with the view of mountains and forest. I hope people get the same feeling as we had when we made this!”

David Alarcón
Ingrid Slettemoen

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