Sherm & Halil Sensei Link Up For Spectacular Underground Single “Toxic”

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Sherm is on an unstoppable rise, culminating in a standout finish to 2023 with features in Forbes and a prime slot supporting Zedd’s NYE bash at Navy Pier. Far from slowing down, Sherm is thrilled to announce his fifth consecutive appearance at Chicago’s prestigious North Coast Festival. Adding to the excitement, he joins forces with Halil Sensei to drop their pulsating tech house anthem, “Toxic,” available today via Hood Politics Records.

“Toxic” encapsulates the finest elements of the underground, powered by a hypnotic vocal and booming tech house groove. Sherm & Halil prove just how dynamic of a team they are, effortlessly contorlling the energy from start to finish to create an enchanting experience. Whether it’s part of your pre-game, peak time at the club, or on your way to the afters, this is the perfect tune to turn on.

“Halil Sensei and I are from completely different parts of the world but that didn’t stop us from going above and beyond to make something special. Halil has been making big waves since his first single “The Underground” on Hood Poli last year and I knew that a collab would happen one day. We fused my style of Chicago inspired tech house with Sensei’s melodic leads and lyrics and turned out to be the perfect recipe for the sound of Hood Politics Records. I’m truly obsessed with this track and we’re so stoked to finally let the world feel the raw power that it possesses.” – Sherm

“Toxic” is definitely the most important track in my career. When we started working on this track, I truly felt that something amazing would come out of it. Since collaborating with Hood Politics, a lot has changed in my career. This song we did with Sherm will leave a huge impact on the listeners. I really believe in this track. Halil Sensei

Listen below!

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