Why isn’t Deniz headlining festivals yet? We find this extremely weird. Not only did this man have two of the biggest tracks of 2011 (“Dangerous” and “Tung”), he is responsible for many other tunes that will be played throughout 2012. Deniz now takes on the daunting task of creating a remix that is worthy of Fedde’s “So Much Love” (incase you don’t remember this sat atop the Beatport charts forever). It’s no surprise that Koyu absolutely nails it — we’ve come to expect it from this Dutch-bred DJ. We can’t wait for his collaboration alongside Fedde and Johan Wedel that is set to come out shortly.
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