Redefining dance music, HARBER is back at it again — this time with “Good For It,” his single featuring CATALI. Out on July 16 through the esteemed Be Yourself Music imprint, “Good For It” so blissfully intertwines electronic with pop. Not only is “Good For It” a mainstream anthem, it’s also a dance music treasure. HARBER is a 9-week Billboard-charting artist whose music has seen exclusive features in Forbes, Us Weekly, People, and countless others.
HARBER’s third original single of 2020, “Good For It”, which was already supported by R3HAB, follows his May release, “Pieces”, which was brought to you on the Disco Fries’ Liftoff Recordings. Earlier this year, HARBER released the fun and upbeat electronic reboot of the 1980s classic “Working For The Weekend,” dubbed “F*CK WORK” featuring Kyle Cooke. Cooke, who made his musical debut on the track, is one of the leading castmates on Bravo’s reality TV series, Summer House, as well as the founder of Loverboy sparkling hard tea.
“Nearly a year in progress, ‘Good For It’ came about during a trip I took to LA last year for a mini writing camp. I was able to get in the room with two amazing writers, Nisha Asnani and Dave Berg. Together we opened up some tequila and ‘Good For It’ just poured out!… No pun intended! It was also great working with CATALI to further bring the record to life — and we’re especially excited the record found its home with Be Yourself Music.” — HARBER
In addition to the song release, “Good For It” whistles its’ way to you with an accompanying visual. Watch the official lyric video for the track, below:
“Good For It” is available everywhere, HERE.
Over the last year alone, HARBER has performed across the country, including his sold-out support shows with Steve Aoki (Echostage, Washington DC), Snakehips (Avant Gardner, Brooklyn, NY), Spinnin’ Sessions NYC, Miami Music Week 2019 (Moksi & Friends, Miami), and the Summer House season 4 premiere party (Bounce Sporting Club, NYC). HARBER has played alongside The Him, DNMO, Riot Ten, MOGUAI, Riggi & Piros, and many more. The DJ/producer has headlined his own standalone shows at Mercury Lounge NYC and Bowery Electric (in support of To Write Love On Her Arms). In May, HARBER headlined The Nocturnal Times’ World On Pause Festival with co-host MrRevillz alongside some of the biggest names in dance music, including SOFI TUKKER, Felix Jaehn, Sam Feldt, Markus Schulz, Joel Corry, Sander van Doorn, Sevenn, Lost Frequencies, Firebeatz, Jay Hardway, Frank Walker, Lucas & Steve, ARTY, Kryder, and many, many more — in support of The Recording Academy’s MusiCares and Feed the Children for COVID-19 relief.