The original mix of “Calling” was one of the biggest tracks of 2011, in fact, we had it ranked 11. During Electric Zoo, we were lucky enough to sit down with Alesso and were respectfully shut down when we asked about the details surrounding the highly anticipated vocal mix. Sebastian Ingrosso has (finally) decided to tease us with an extremely short snippet of what we can expect from the “Lose My Mind.” We’ll keep you updated on the official preview and the release date, but this will have to suffice for now.
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