It looks like NASA just decided to pull off a really awesome campaign!
They are going big for their 50th-anniversary celebration of Apollo 11 landing on the moon.
The even better news is that local duo Hollaphonic are a part of it.
Hollaphonic Reaching For The Moon
NASA is putting together a playlist for their journey to the moon by 2024 and the great news is that they have included duo Hollaphonic’s song ‘Spaceship’ to add to their playlist!
That’s out of this world! Literally.
British DJ and production duo Hollaphonic are a based in Dubai, UAE, and made up of of Greg Stainer and Olly Wood. They were in fact the first dance music duo to be signed to a major record label in the Middle East.
The duo became the first resident DJs in an Airport as part of Dubai Airport #MusicDXB program, which is also run by Hollaphonic owned Holla Sonic.
Hollaphonic released their very first single titled ‘Spaceship’ in 2017 and now, it’s going to be featured on NASA’s moon tunes playlist.
Walking On The Moon
In 1969 Neil Armstrong became the first man to walk on the moon and now by 2024, NASA is planning to make a return to the moon.
For this very mission, they’ve asked people on Twitter about what their ‘road trip to the moon’ song would be.
NASA then sent out an authentic tweet on Twitter and the response was overwhelming.
Social Media users then shared some of their favorite songs for the epic journey!
We’re sure that Hollaphonic are over the moon about this news!