Following up Third Party’s admirable remix of “Somebody To Love,” Paris and Simo offer their different nevertheless exciting preview. Maximally utilizing Dirty Vegas’s vocals as their big room chords slowly creep in, the boys take a thrilling twist to the darker side. The grinding bass lines, enormous drum work, and skyward driving notes dispersed throughout the drop, make Paris & Simo’s remix one to be reckoned with. No release date as of yet but we will keep you updated.
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