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The #savethenight platform was created to highlight and support Artists, Bartenders, DJs, and the entire nightlife community affected by COVID-19.

From humble beginnings in the NYU dorms to working alongside some of the biggest stars of the 2000s and today, the producer duo Take a Daytrip to sit at the center of music culture.

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David Biral and Denzel Baptiste became friends during the first week of freshman year at NYU in 2011, bonding over music and the places where genres meet. They're musical omnivores who do their best to inhabit the world of the sound they're working on, from afrobeat or grime, Latin trap or garage.

Recently they produced a dance floor smash on Dua Lipa's Grammy-nominated sophomore album ("Good in Bed"), an alt-rock anthem with Weezer ("Hero"), a heartfelt country ballad with Mark Ronson and Miley Cyrus ("High"), and nearly half of Kid Cudi's long-awaited album Man on the Moon III: The Chosen. They earned their first No. 1 single on the Hot 100 with the gothic Cudi and Travis Scott collaboration "THE SCOTTS." They also worked with Colombian rapper Feid, nominated for a Latin Grammy for his album 19, and international stars like Flohio, Santi, NSG, and AJ Tracey.

2021 marks Daytrip's most prolific year yet, with David and Denzel's executive producing multi-platinum star Lil Nas X's debut album, MONTERO. Including hit singles like "MONTERO (Call Me By Your Name)" and "INDUSTRY BABY (feat. Jack Harlow)", the project reflects the duo's ability to move across different styles and genres seamlessly. It's a reminder that Take a Daytrip can't be boxed in, a manifestation of their career-long ambition to create freely and make music that connects with listeners worldwide.

Check out their virtual drop here: #SAVETHENIGHT (save-the-night.com)

November 2021
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