Chuckie and Junxterjack’s “Make Some Noise” was one of our favorite Dutch house releases this month. Now, Philadelphia’s Victor Niglio has transformed the catchy dutch house anthem into a superb moombahton production. While the first two drops are essentially the original’s slowed down to 110 BPM, the final build up drastically picks up the tempo, paving the way for a tremendous trap drop. Download the tempo-bending remix for free below.
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