Keys N Krates Wins Juno Award for Dance Recording of the Year Jared RuizWednesday, April 13, 2016NewsReviewsTrap0 Comments It’s no secret that Keys N Krates are beyond talented producers, but their receipt of the Juno Award for the best “Dance Recording of the Year” solidifies them as a top name in EDM. For those of you who may not be as familiar with the June Award, it is an award presented to Canadian musical artists and bands to acknowledge their artistic and technical achievements in all aspects of music. Handed down in Calgary, by the Canadian Academy of Arts and Sciences, this prestigious award found its way to Keys N Krates for best dance track of the year. Of course, even in light of the competition’s controversy – when Montreal’s Kaytranada was disqualified for his song “After All” after is deemed ineligible, and the criticism for the nominations’ gender imbalance and lack of diversity – Keys N Krates has remained humble in their acceptance. From “Dum Dee Dum” to “Are We Faded,” they never fail to deliver; and “Save Me”, the track that won them the award, layers Katie B’s beautiful vocals over Keys N Krates signature mix of euphoric trap beats creating a dance sound that gets the floor moving. Keys N Krates is currently touring in the U.S., playing shows at the legendary Exchange in LA as well as playing Audio on the Bay in Richmond and Bonnaroo. If you have the opportunity to catch a show we would highly recommend it, but a word of warning: you better come ready to dance and party.