Up until now we thought we’d heard more than enough “Set Fire To The Rain” samples but Jakob Liedholm has caused us to rethink our position. He recently revealed his Set Fire edit of Tommy Trash and Sebastian Ingrosso’s “ID” collaboration and we’re impressed. The arena-sized anthem is on par with his euphoric “Somebody I Used To Know” remix, which was one of the better versions of Goyte’s overly-remixed track. This 15-year-old Swede is making it clear that even the most over-played tunes — when done right — can be given new life. Like Madeon and Lenno, Leidholm is another young producer to watch out for.
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