Sultan and Ned Shepard made a grand exit of 2012, leaving dance music fans with a taste of their big room sound that they will be pushing harder in 2013. Following previous months with remixes such as “Closer,” “We Are Young,” and “Time,” the Canadian duo reenters the release circuit with an original production, “Ordinary People.” Their enormous progressive sound has always worked well with vocals equally as large, and following that formula, Sultan and Ned have called upon Max’C to sing atop their latest tune.
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