Music| @TheSeventh_Ago & @SangoBeats Unveil New House Track “Don’t Run Away”


Michigan made collective AGO Music, has a roster like none other and when any of these components link together, the energy is undeniable. Vibes are vibrant in the newly released single “Don’t Run Away” by AGO’s The SEVENth & Sango which is a remarkable tandem. The genre-bending producers take a collaborative stab at the House Music world with this jit-music inspired record.

AGO Music has become renown for their collection of artist that offer quality content in the genre forms of Hip-Hop and Indie music but the more they create the more musical boundaries they break past. The AGO audio-wizard, The SEVENth explores with sound as he has release Dance/House music in his past with collaboration efforts with Detroit Painter/Musician Sheefy McFly. AGO’s Brazilian-street music expert and producer Sango is renown for his refixes on major hits and utilizing cultural samples to make cult-classics. Sango dabbled with House music in 2019 with his short tracklist EP called ‘Calder Program Series 1-3’ which featured Jared Jackson and presented Sango into this high-energy genre.

Don’t Run Away‘ provides strong Detroit-based Jit Music/Ghettotech vibes which is the mid-west sound and style that revolves around house music and entangled dance moves. The SEVENth and Sango tag-teamed this toe-taping record on production which previews some lyrics towards the end of the song.The SEVENth is the vocal contributor for this record with a trance-like banter over the synth-keys and 808’s. The goal of the record is to provide fun and enticing energy to the dance floor. Basically these two draft up DJ-coveted records and we hope there is more to come.

Listen to The SEVENth’s “Don’t Run Away” feat. Sango Above & Tune Into Sango’s Calder Program Below!

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