Alesso and Dirty South have both had pretty incredible summers so far, and with their joint release of “City of Dreams,” they continue to show no signs of slowing down. Featuring the soft, soothing voice of Ruben Haze, “City of Dreams” employs gently building string elements with an absolutely infectious melody that will cause uncontrollable head bobbing. Like Alesso’s “Years” and Dragan’s “Embrace Me” remix which came before it, “City of Dreams” is an uplifting, emotional track that is sure to become a staple of many DJ sets through the end of 2012 and well into 2013. Grab the release on Beatport from Dirty South’s Phazing Records now.
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