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Julian Jordan & Eleganto reunite to drop the year's hottest track: "One Nation"

STMPD RCRDS powerhouse Julian Jordan has teamed up with emerging talent Eleganto to release their electrifying new track, "One Nation", set to drop on Friday, October 20th.

The track, which carries a powerful message of unity and togetherness, was exclusively premiered by Martin Garrix, Alesso, and Julian himself during this year's Tomorrowland Festival in Belgium. Since its debut, "One Nation" has rapidly become a staple track in the sets of these industry icons and several others.

Julian Jordan and Eleganto's collaboration journey began with their viral hit "NRG" a couple of months ago. Building on the success of their previous venture, the duo met in Amsterdam to craft "One Nation", a refreshing bass house track to be released on Martin Garrix's STMPD RCRDS.

Their previous collaboration, "NRG," captured the hearts and attention of millions, amassing over 50 million views on platforms like Instagram and TikTok. Recognizing the extraordinary number of people they had reached, Julian Jordan and Eleganto felt compelled to create a track with a deeper, more meaningful message. Their shared vision led to the birth of "One Nation."

The track encapsulates a message of brotherhood, emphasizing the importance of the dance community coming together. This powerful anthem encourages individuals to disregard competition or envy and instead focus on support and breaking free from the confines of musical genres or divisions. It's meant for everyone, everywhere.

Having meticulously road-tested the track during their live performances, "One Nation" quickly garnered substantial demand from fellow DJs. It rapidly emerged as one of the most requested IDs in both their repertoires, solidifying its status as a dancefloor anthem with universal appeal.

Julian Jordan and Eleganto’s "One Nation" will be released on Friday, October 20th, during the peak of Amsterdam Dance Event (ADE) madness, through Martin Garrix’s imprint STMPD RCRDS.


Images Credit: Cejlon Press


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