Max M Teams Up With Chris Willis & Della Ciprian To Release Dance/Pop ‘If This Is What It Feels Like’ From Renaissance EP
Max M starts 2021 on the right foot as he released his most recent EP, “Renaissance.” The five-track EP contains some of Max’s previous releases that have had massive success as singles such as “Imaginary Problems.” To top off the EP, Max M released a radio-friendly yet anthemic track, “If This Is What It Feels Like,” with Chris Willis and Della Ciprian. From the press of play, listeners are immersed in a captivating breakdown that is quickly guided by Chris and Della’s seamless contrasting vocals. The track delivers a perfect balance of electronic and pop elements, making it useful in any dancefloor or feel-good playlist. The uplifting chord progressions and dazzling vocals make “If This Is What It Feels Like” a complete hit. Max M is on a steady rise as his distinctive sound is garnering attention from the industry and fans around the world. Nearing 100,000 monthly listeners on Spotify, Max M is set to take the scene by storm. “Renaissance” and “If This Is What It Feels Like” are must-listen records as they will brighten up any party, dancefloor, or day.
About Max M
An unusual career path. He is seen as one of the world’s French experts in his IT field but this hasn’t stopped Max M from having two careers. Who says you can’t be an electronic music producer and a key player in an American multinational. Max M is planning to release a lot of great music in 2021, fresh off the successes of ‘Never Wanna Leave’ and ‘Under Water,’ which ranked first and fifth on American DJ site: Digital DJ Pool. Both tracks generated a lot of attention in South America, Denmark, Germany, and the United Kingdom. The tunes are infectious and will seduce from the very first notes. Max M’s love for music began in his teens when he used to compose and DJ. He then went on to concentrate on his other passion: computer science, which he studied at university. Through this, he embarked on a brilliant career. When he reached the age of 40, he decided to rekindle with his first love and took piano lessons and trained in production in order to get back behind the synthesizers.