Critically acclaimed singer Dido has been a UK treasure ever since her debut album No Angel, featuring her famous single “Thank You.” The release of her newest single, “No Freedom,” will be accompanied by a remix from equally-renowned house legend Benny Benassi. Judging by the recently released preview, Benny’s remix is shaping up to be quite momentous. Wielding a slow and sensuous build up in classic romantic-Benassi fashion, the remix picks up the tempo before unleashing some serious electro house. Check out Benny Benassi’s remix of “No Freedom” below, which will be released on RCA on February 24th.
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