Gregori Klosman is no stranger to hits and he seems to have another one on his hands. His upcoming remix of Sebjak’s “Follow Me” is powerful and employs the kind of drop that mainstream dance music fans are currently favoring. In a word, it’s massive. The heavy electro track features uplifting vocals and whooping synths capable of destroying any dance floor. “Follow Me” is set for release on December 3rd.
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