It wasn’t too long ago that Tiësto lent a big room helping hand to Afrojack‘s “Can’t Stop Me” with a Club Life remix, but he’s back again with production talent twoloud in tow for a remix that comes as more than deja vu. Taking on “The Spark,” the lead single from Nick’s upcoming artist album, Tijs and twoloud transform the radio elements for main stage compatibility. Everything from the Spree Wilson vocal hooks, to the builds and interludes are magnified, and an all new explosive drop takes play. While the original was undeniably contagious, so is Tiësto’s remix, making for a rendition to please fans seeking that extra oomph.
Release Date: November 11th
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