Both Jus Jack and Dzeko & Torres are quick to follow up their last singles, “Housid,” and “Y3ah.” Their latest offering, “Anyday” features blissful vocals from Gallantry that complement a euphoric melody, keeping the track moving. The collaboration between these two rising talents has created a solid progressive house outing that showcases their production talents and future potential. Dzeko & Torres have been very busy as of late, hinting to us that there is a lot more in store in the near future. Unfortunately, we have no official release date but “Anyday” will be out soon on CR2 records.
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