Seems like the Swanky Tunes aren’t content with “Here We Go” sitting at number two of beatport’s top 10, or “The Edge” being one of the hardest tracks of the summer. Producing without their fellow co-producers this time, the Swanky Tunes’s latest remix of “Go” exemplifies their hard hitting style and simple yet very addicting melodies. The entire 1:52 preview is worth the listen, and we can’t wait for another festival and dance floor shaker to be released on August 17.
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