Boris Way pays tribute to his audience with “People Love”

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It’s one of the biggest hits of this fall. Boris Way reveals behind the scenes of the recording of his single “People Love” for WECB.

A year after the immense success of the remix of “Running Up That Hill” by Kate Bush, Boris Way continues to attract a large audience thanks to his latest hits. The DJ shared at the start of 2023, “Lose my Mind” and “Queens & Kings”. He returned at the end of last summer with the super catchy track “People Love”. A title that he imagined while thinking of his audience who came to see him in concert.

“I did it on the road and I was really inspired by the vibe of the festivals, the people I met, all the happiness I felt actually. I wanted to make a title that simply made you want to go to a festival. And to share a moment with everyone and share it all.” revealed the French artist at the microphone of WECB.

All of Boris Way’s secrets about his latest single can be found in the video of his interview above.


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