Hardwell releases this killer mashup right before his highly anticipated “Spaceman” release. He combines Laidback Luke and Sander Van Doorn’s “Who’s Wearing The Cap” and Michael Woods’ “Last Day On Earth.” Hardwell flawlessly transitions between both tracks and using Duvall’s vocals to his advantage. The drop is what really sells this mashup because it is much harder than the original mix of “Last Day On Earth.” We know that Hardwell loves to bring the heat so it is no surprise that he keeps finding unique ways of lighting speakers on fire.
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