R3hab has been back on his r3mix grind lately, pumping out four new previews in the span of two weeks. Well, he’s also still working on original material, as we can see with “Living 4 The City,” a new collaboration with Shermanology. The 80 second clip gives us a beautiful snippet of Dorothy Sherman’s soulful vocals, and hints of a large production underneath. This has the usual chainsaw sounds of R3hab’s tracks, but with a bit of a different feel thanks to the vocal being put front and center. The full version will be on October 29th on Afrojack’s Wall Recordings.
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