Don Diablo Ultra Music Festival Miami, Florida 2017
Photo credit: Rukes

After months of anticipation and battles with inner demons, Don Diablo finally released his intense, futuristic 16-track album Future. The album has been released on Diablo’s very own HEXAGON label.

Future dives into Diablo’s personal life and emotions. “I had to fight many demons on a personal level, and rediscovered myself as an artist in the process,” states Diablo. “I never thought I would end up where I am today, but on my journey I have learned and experience many things that I have (subconsciously) used while working on this album.”

Diablo teased the now-available album with singles like “You Can’t Change Me,” which featured A R I Z O N A.

The album features collaborations with artists like Mike Waters, Bully Songs, Nina Nesbitt, Calum Scott, Betty Who, and many more. Each track opens our minds and lets us into Diablo’s mind and thoughts. The album begins with “Back to Us” with Mike Waters and transitions into an emotionally-driven track titled “Everybody’s Somebody” with Bully Songs.

I feel blessed to have worked with some of the most incredible new voices out there… To me they represent the FUTURE, and their talent is a very important part of this album.

Future sets the mood for the forthcoming festival season and summer, emitting nothing but encouraging vibes.

Don Pepijn Schipper (also known as Don Diablo) is one of the electronic music industry’s most iconic and unique DJs and producers out there. In 2017, Don Diablo was ranked No. 11 on DJ Magazine‘s Top 100 DJs. He was also ranked No. 1 on Beatport‘s Future House Artist of the Year in 2016. His unprecedented style, brand, and energetic tracks are built from the ground up with emotion, fun, and festival ready. He is also the founder of the future house label, HEXAGON.

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