Three big names bring their skills together in order to form “Turn It.” As you listen to this tune you can see the variety of different genres that are blended together in this production: tech, minimal, and progressive elements are all evident throughout the entirety of the track. The nice part about “Turn It” is that it’s a song that you can relax to and rage to at the same time. Expect this to be played in Miami a ton.
Still looking for a place to party during the day Friday? then be sure to catch Koyu at No Sugar Added, you know we’ll be there.
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