Young & Free Drop “Phenomena (DA DA)" Remixes - 96five Family Radio

Young & Free Drop “Phenomena (DA DA)” Remixes

Originally recorded in front of a live audience, the remixed version brings the evocative song to even greater heights.

By 96five Friday 28 Jan 2022MusicReading Time: 2 minutes

GRAMMY®-nominated Hillsong Young & Free have today announced the release of “Phenomena (DA DA) Remixes” and Bonus track ‘Freedom Is Coming’ – Reimagined.

Out now, the remixed multitrack is a collection of fresh, new takes on their 2021 hit “Phenomena (DA DA).” Originally recorded in front of a live audience, the remixed version brings the evocative song to even greater heights, elevating its powerful message of God’s will while encapsulating the feverous energy of a crowd on fire for God’s love.

Hard-hitting and melodically anthemic, with a rap interlude, the track declares, “You’ve given me Your vision/ Better than a dream/ You ain’t gotta wake me up/ It’s not a fantasy.” 

With 5 million streams to date, “Phenomena (DA DA)” was originally released in July of 2021 as a part of Hillsong Young & Free’s EP “Out Here on a Friday Where It Began.” The album was written over the course of just one week and recorded live at Hillsong Youth on a Friday night in Sydney, Young & Free enlisted collaboration from several of their very own youth ministry members to help produce the compilation.

“There was a real special feeling about that night. Everyone was just so leaned in,” said Young & Free member Karina Savage.

Since forming in 2013, Hillsong Young & Free has released a number of highly successful albums and more than 20 singles, acquiring over 545 MILLION YouTube channel views and 1.4 BILLION global career streams (with a 1.1M global unit career consumption).

Their debut album “We Are Young & Free” landed in the Top 25 on Billboard 200 while “Youth Revival” garnered the group its first-ever GRAMMY® nomination for BestContemporary Christian Music Album (2017). Their recent single “Every Little Thing” hit #1 at Hot AC radio for eight weeks, making it the longest running #1 for the band.