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8/21/20

Florida-based DJ Henry Fong has teamed up with reggae band Common Kings for his latest single, “Boom.” Arriving via Lowly Records, the track is an amalgamation of dance and reggae elements, and features vocals from Common Kings’ Sasualei Maliga.

Known for his energetic performances and eclectic sound, Fong went from a college student to a world-touring DJ in just a few short years. His standout anthem, “Rave Tool,” received unwavering supporting from DJs such as Skrillex, DJ Snake, Dillion Francis and more. His diverse singles have touched on blends of electronic, Caribbean, Latin and now, reggae.

Stream “Boom” below.