Kaskade and Deadmau5’s “Move for Me” is quite possibly Kaskade’s most recognizable vocal. Haley Gibby’s enchanting, yearning lyrics have seduced many a young rave attendee over the years. For this week’s Kaskade Mashup Monday, Kaskade pairs the magnetically alluring vocal with Swanky Tunes’ and Matisse & Sadko’s acidy, progressive house gem “The Legend.” In typical Kaskade fashion, the combination is clean and enticing. It’s hard to do wrong with a track as amazing and timeless as “Move for Me.” Grab the mashup for free from SoundCloud.
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