James Jacob — AKA Jakwob — is back with another electrifying dubstep track. The aptly-titled “Electrify” meshes neat piano chords with drumstep breaks and scintillating vocals to create a sound inherently unique. This is just the latest track from the rising UK producer, and it’ll be available for download on iTunes starting February 12th.
Jakwob – Electrify (Original Mix)
Via: Facebook (Jakwob)
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