The last time Hard Rock Sofa remixed a David Guetta production, they sent “Just One Last Time” to the top of Beatport’s Top 10 chart with a big room hit for the books. The Russian squad is back in action, taking Ludacris and Usher’s airwave dominating “Rest Of My Life” for a spin. Transforming Guetta’s commercially inclined production, Hard Rock Sofa swaps the sound you’ve heard on the radio for a progressive, acid line, and while complimented by Usher’s hook, Ludacris’ rap verses are removed from the equation. With no release date in sight, enjoy “Rest Of My Life” in a new respect with the preview.
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