Steve Angello recently decided to do a Q&A on Twitter with his fans. The Swedish House Mafia member revealed pieces of information on a couple of different subjects. Angello talked about the future of his solo career, upcoming releases, and NFTs, among other things. Let’s take a closer look at what we learned from the legendary producer in this Q&A.

Angello revealed that he has reworked most of his classics. Obviously, the big question was: will those reworks will ever be released? Well, the answer is yes. The Swede confirmed that all of the reworks will eventually be available for the public. This is really great news for the fans, as many of his songs are still wildly popular to this day.

Steve Angello also talked about the song ‘Underneath It All‘, stating that it might not ever get a release. While his explanation was pretty vague, we can all assume that it has to do with the label or clearing rights. Luckily, as he said, the track is available online as live performances of it have been captured by fans.

Moreover, the producer touched on his future performances. Even though the world is really glad that Swedish House Mafia is back in full force, many would like to see a solo live set from Steve. He confirmed that there will be plenty of solo performances from him in the future, as you can see below.

Finally, Angello hinted that he would be interested to enter the NFT world. He mentioned that the 20th anniversary of his label – Size Records – would be a great opportunity to do it. However, the man did not confirm anything on that topic.

For more on Steve Angello’s Twitter Q&A, you can visit his main account by clicking here.