In an effort to satisfy fans until the release of “Time,” Canadian duo Paris & Simo are debuting a remix for download – exclusively on Dancing Astronaut. First previewed in their Axis Mix, Paris & Simo take on Usher‘s “Numb” and transform it into blissful progressive house. We may have grown accustomed to Usher’s dance friendly vocals but with an entirely reworked bassline and added euphoric builds, this track has become something different. This is progressive house that just makes you want to jump to your feet and dance. You can listen to the track below but don’t hesitate to download it, this one is worth adding to your library.
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