After remixing Nero’s “Must Be The Feeling” and Maverick Sabre’s “Used To Have It All,” London-based DJ/Producers Delta Heavy set their sights on Rita Ora and Tinie Tempah’s “R.I.P.” First heard on BBC Radio 1Xtra Show with DJ Target (who was subbing for MistaJam), Delta Heavy turned the original into a monster by adding a huge bleep and wobble-filled drop. Give it a listen and stay tuned for the official release information.
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