Sandro Cavazza Releases New Single “Enemy” via Island Records

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April 26, 2019
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From busking on the streets of Los Angeles to collaborating and touring worldwide alongside Kygo and the late Avicii, pop singer-songwriter Sandro Cavazza is certainly a voice you’ve heard before and a name you won’t forget. Following the release of “Used To” via Idolator and the remix packages, Sandro is thrilled to release his brand new single “Enemy” via Universal Music Group in addition to joining the Island Records roster in the US. The track has already landed on 30 New Music Friday playlists today and the #6 spot on Spotify Sweden.

Having released one self-titled EP and smash hit after smash hit since his arrival onto the scene in 2017, Cavazza has amassed over a billion global streams and nearly 10 million monthly listeners on Spotify. Not only did he co-write Avicii’s Stories album, he co-wrote and lended vocals on Avicii’s certified platinum single “Without You”  as well as Kygo’s “Happy Now”. Cavazza’s solo single “High With Somebody” has accrued more than 40 million streams globally, is certified platinum, and reached the top ten on Spotify Sweden. Sandro Cavazza is currently working on new music and if his track record is any indicator of his future, you’re going to want to keep your eyes on him and what he has in store.

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