It’s hard to imagine that Nicky Romero’s remix of “Flash” was released in 2010, it’s was played more than any tune in last years festival (maybe you can make the case for “Levels“). Whether it’s mashed up with another club anthem this song has a tendency to grab the crowds attention almost instantaneously, this is especially true under the Miami sun. “Cameras ready, prepare to flash” can be heard throughout the masses, not only because it’s easy to sing-a-long to, but because it’s one of those feel good tracks. Take a walk down memory lane and play this a few times in preparation for the best weekend of your lives.
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