Proving himself banger by banger, Dannic wastes no time returning to the remix circuit after the release of “Flare.” The Dutch rookie takes Rita Ora’s pop tune “Shine Ya Light” head on, swapping the radio-oriented framework for his signature percussion and bassline. Dannics revered progression plays well with the original’s vocal, and along with a captivating piano build, makes for a melodic effort that caters to the dance floor. Take the translatable pop record to the dance arena with Dannic’s club mix of “Shine Ya Light,” now available on iTunes.
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