It’s time to turn up with Dotcom‘s retwerk of DJ Snake and Lil Jon‘s “Turn Down For What” that was released today. You know it’s time, because it doesn’t take long for this one to get into the meat of things with the partying commencing early. Overall, I love the way he structured this track with three separate drops with short bridges to keep the energy up and flowing; and if you look/listen then you will notice the original has the same structure. The thick bass and trapstyle synths go together perfectly for a minimal composition that will certainly up the energy on any dancefloor.
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