Bruno Mars’s chart-topping “Locked Out Of Heaven” has recently gained attention away from the radio and into the nightclubs. R3hab last put a trap spin on the track while Paul Oakenfold has injected his own acid line, and next up on remix duties is Sultan and Ned Shepard. Sultan and Ned serve Bruno and his smash hit with a progressive mix, one that will fit well into bigger DJ sets. The Canadian duo’s remix of “Locked Out Of Heaven” is due to be released on January 21st, possibly packaged with its R3hab and Oakenfold renditions.
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