Size Records started the new year off on the right foot with Arno Cost’s “Head Up,” and the label is en route to making the release of festival bombs a pattern. The long awaited “Hit It” is up for release on the label. Its building chords, massive drums, and pounding drop combine to create sonic gold. GTA, Henrix, & Digital Lab’s collaboration has seen support from numerous power players including Diplo, Dirty South, David Guetta, Size label head Steve Angello, and many more. “Hit It” has been floating around cyber space for awhile but it’s finally being officially released on February 25th, a belated Valentine’s Day gift if you will.
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