If you have been following our Twitter, you would know about our undeniable love for Third Party’s productions. “Daddy” is their latest remix that is packed with a nice progressive bassline and an uplifting sound. This reminds us a little of Dirty South and The Usual Suspects’ “Walking Alone,” because it combines an array of emotions that are big enough to fill up an entire stadium. Third Party has created a slew of tunes that range from ‘very good’ to ‘incredible’ – a few examples are “Duel” and their remix of “I Believe In.” Look for these boys to make a huge splash in 2012, infact, expect the entire Size Matters crew to keep dominating.
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