Baltimore native, Gazzo, is offering up a freebie on his latest production. The young producer takes on official remix duties for Y LUV’s latest single, Driftin, a phenomenal track in its own right. Receiving high praise from digital tastemakers and making its mark at #1 on Hype Machine, it was a natural next step to make the single palatable for those with an inclination of the dance music persuasion. Energetic percussive elements and expertly chopped vocals are followed up with softer synths that provide for a perfect backdrop of Y LUV’s lead singer’s emotive vocals – before launching into a killer drop.
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