An ultra-infectious reimagining of a ’90s classic.
Alan Walker, a renowned Norwegian DJ and producer, is known for crafting highly infectious tunes that will keep you grooving all night long. Since his debut single in 2015, Alan Walker has amassed an impressive following on Spotify and garnered over 50 billion audio and video streams. His extensive collaborations include acclaimed artists such as Bruno Mars, Miley Cyrus, Coldplay, Avicii, Sia, Steve Aoki, A$AP Rocky, Ava Max, Kygo, Hans Zimmer, Madison Beer, and Imanbek. In his most recent release, Alan Walker joined forces with Dash Berlin and YouTube sensation Vikkstar for the dance single “Better Off (Alone, Pt. III).”
“Better Off (Alone, Pt. III)” immediately captivates with its contemporary melodies and captivating basslines, delivering an uplifting soundscape that seamlessly blends modern elements with iconic, old-school vibes. The lyrics, including lines such as “This could be a good night, for good times, and you look like a good time,” and “We’re dancing to dancing in the moonlight, Now I want you bad, Can you make me feel better,” feature the vocals from the original hit track. Alan Walker, Dash Berlin, and Vikkstar breathe new life into a ’90s classic by skillfully merging the past with the present, creating a sense of delightful nostalgia and a surplus of positive energy. Hit play and dance the night away with “Better Off (Alone, Pt. III).”
Chicago based writer and creative. Fan of 80’s horror, fancy coffee drinks, and late night drives.