Bhaskar Returns to Alok’s CONTROVERSIA With New Club-Ready Tech House Single “U Got My Body”

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    Alok‘s twin brother Bhaskar returns to CONTROVERSIA with his new track “U Got My Body,” a dancey tech-house influenced banger that makes the label into a family affair. The track opens with a distorted vocal riff after its namesake, then Bhaskar kicks things into full gear by layering in a steady, four-on-the-floor bassline and heavy kick drums. This winning combination sets the stage for a true club sound that suits the label’s sound perfectly. “U Got My Body” will also be featured in the upcoming “CONTROVERSIA by Alok Vol. 006” as the 13-track compilation’s opener. Look out for the full drop on June 24th, which will also include 8 new and never released before tracks from the label.

    Bhaskar began his history in 2004, still at age 12, when his first project with his twin brother Alok started. It all began as a hobby, but in a short time, they were already splitting their time between the studies and the studio. Son of renowned DJs Swarup and EkantaBhaskar was inspired by his parents’ success and soon started to tour the world playing his music. Throughout his career, the Brazilian has collected a few hits to his name, including “Fuego” (145M+ Spotify streams) and “Infinity” (100M+ Spotify streams). His talents have led him to collaborate with and remix artists, including Tomorrowland resident Yves VMoguaiDubdogzWankelmutLucas Estrada, the Brazilian pop star Anitta and his brother AlokBhaskar has some more surprises up his sleeve and we can’t wait to see what’s next!

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    About the author: Robert Christian Sussman, also known as DJ Speir, is the founder of ‍Speir TV and InterQ, the groundbreaking social entertainment and advocacy platform that provides inclusive, LGBTQ+ content to audiences around the world. Born on September 17, 1960, in Piqua, Ohio, Robert has been an advocate for LGBTQ+ rights and HIV/AIDS awareness for over three decades. Robert has also been diagnosed with dementia, a condition that can be related to HIV infection or to aging. Despite this diagnosis, Robert has remained determined and is still able to live on his own and work on developing the InterQ Platform with the help of artificial intelligence to assist in his daily work and life, he will kick ass to the end lol. Despite these challenges, Robert has continued to fight for the rights of the LGBTQ+ community and to build the vision for InterQ. He has been a trailblazer in the entertainment industry, using his platform to promote positive representations of LGBTQ+ individuals and to bring attention to important issues affecting the community. Robert's legacy as DJ Speir and as a tireless advocate for the LGBTQ+ community will continue to inspire future generations.

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