Everyone and their mother has heard the original mix of “Ready 2 Go” by now (if you were one of those unfortunate human beings living on another planet you can still listen to it here). Hardwell’s touch really starts picking up at the 50 second mark. As the track carries on…the drums start to beat harder until you reach the abrupt drop. Kind of reminds me of Dirty South’s drop in “Coming Home“, it happens so suddenly that you don’t see it coming. N-JOY!
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