Madeon No Fear No More

Madeon No Fear No More

French songwriter and producer Madeon has collaborated with Grammy-nominated hip hop duo EARTHGANG on a remix of his Good Faith album track 'No Fear No More.' The LA-based musician's signature blend of pop and dance music joins the boundary-smashing style of Atlanta's Olu (aka Johnny Venus) and WowGr8 (aka Doctur Dot), one of the most buzzed about acts of 2020.


Speaking about the collaboration, Madeon said, "EARTHGANG have been doing amazing things for a while now, they're one of the most creative acts around. I'm so excited they joined me on 'No Fear No More', their contribution is more than I could have imagined, and has brought an entirely new dimension to the song."


The duo behind EARTHGANG added, "We want to give people the strength to believe in themselves and their dreams no matter what."


Madeon began the Good Faith Era one year ago this May with an effort to show fans and the world a body of work that showcased his artistic progression with an album that was written, produced, mixed and mastered, by Madeon himself. After listening to EARTHGANG for the first time, Madeon decided their sound and style was perfect to lead this new phase with their contribution to "No Fear No More (Remix)".


The 10-track LP Good Faith includes singles 'Be Fine,' praised for its "big, sweeping melodies" by Billboard, 'Dream Dream Dream,' which was named as "Best New Music This Week" by Complex and 'All My Friends,' which reached No. 1 at Dance Radio. It follows his debut album Adventure and his massive collaborative project with Porter Robinson, 'Shelter.'


Adventure was released in 2015 to critical praise from press including Pitchfork, who noted that "on the path to what feels like something huge, Madeon's journey is just beginning" and The Fader, who described it as "expansive, impossibly of the most radiant pop albums in recent memory." Adventure was also featured on various "Best of 2015" lists including Complex, who pronounced it "an audio journey that can best be described as rapturous."