Dirty South’s remix of “Coming Home” created waves of excitement during its release earlier this year. Infact, it is still an absolute bomb to listen to live in any setting and is a staple in many artists tracklists including Tiesto, Avicii, Max Vangeli, and the Swedish House Mafia. Skylar Grey’s infectious voice has created mainstream hits such as “Dance Without You” – the remixes of this will be coming shortly on Dancing Astronaut. Does this remix have the potential to top “Coming Home”?
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