Armin van Buuren and The Stickmen Project collaborate on "No Fun"


November 23, 2021

The phenomenon of electronic music Armin van Buuren has a proven history of collaborations with pioneering artists and one such case is its brand new release for the record company Armada Music, of which he is a co-founder.

"No Fun" in collaboration with the impressive The Stickman Project from TikTok is a great example of the unexpected encounters that bring top results.

Putting his tongue out to those who ruin the good mood, "No Fun" by Armin van Buuren and The Stickman Project is ready to thrive in any club environment.

Equipped with heavy synths, loud beats that pound without retreat and loud vocals from the creator of "Blah Blah Blah Blah", this revolutionary song is a very good sign that the game is not over yet.

Armin van Buuren states: "I really liked the cover of The Stickment Project in my song 'Ping Pong'. A flame of creativity ignited in me and I soon found myself in the studio with them to create this song. I hope everyone has a good time every time "No Fun" is heard from the speakers! "

The Stickmen Project adds: "Armin van Buuren is one of the most legendary DJs and producers of our time and we were honored to work with him on a fierce, revolutionary anthem such as 'No Fun'. We are so proud of this song and we can't wait for people to hear it… This is for the apostates! "

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Armin van Buuren, who has been ranked in the Top 5 of DJ Mag's annual Top 100 DJs list for the twentieth consecutive year, has long been a global ambassador for electronic music.

He has won the title of No. 5 five times. 1 DJ in the world and third place in this year's ranking, he has seven complete albums to his credit and continues to maintain a huge global audience through the weekly radio show, the series of events and the album series "A State Of Trance", approaching 40 millions of listeners from 80 different countries on a weekly basis.

In the days before COVID, Armin van Buuren was the headliner of more than 150 concerts a year at top festivals and venues around the world, such as the "Electric Daisy Carnival" (Las Vegas, New York), the "Ultra Music Festival" ( Miami) and "Tomorrowland" (Belgium) and made regular appearances in Ibiza and Las Vegas.

The Stickmen Project, still surrounded by extreme secrecy, is the second largest electronic band on TikTok, behind Marshmello and ahead of Disclosure, with 5.5 million followers and 26.1 million likes.

As one of the hottest emerging names in electronic music in recent years, The Stickmen Project has received support from superstars such as Ed Sheeran, electronic music legends such as Tiësto, Faithless and Diplo, top DJs such as Joel Corry and Nathan Dawe and players like DJ Mag and Spinnin 'Records. The Stickmen Project also participated in the livestream "TikTok x Spinnin 'Records" earlier this year.