Since Dancing Astronaut named him an artist to watch in 2013, Henrix has only pleased the eyes (and ears) set upon him. After releasing his remix of Tiesto’s “Love Comes Again,” his highly anticipated GTA and Digital Lab collaboration, “Hit It,” has finally been given an official preview. Henrix is celebrating the occasion and is giving away the aptly titled “Miami Rising.” Putting Miami on his back, Henrix continues to push his percussive big room drop sound forward as he gives away “Miami Rising” in anticipation for the release of “Hit It” on February 25th.
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