Bobby Puma – Someone Somewhere (Tiesto Edit)

Tiesto‘s ‘editing’ form has been pretty active of late, with a continuing streak of releases from his compilation album ‘Clublife Vol. 4 – New York City‘. The ‘Tiësto touch’ is something worthy of high-regard, proven by his remix of John Legend’s “All Of Me” receiving a Grammy. While often spoken about in a negative light, many people seem to overlook his established status as a genre-transcending legend of the overall electronic/DJ-Producer scene, averaging 150 gigs a year for over 20 years. From Trance to Big-Room, there’s little in between he hasn’t produced, collaborated with or supported through his label Musical Freedom.

Due to land on July 20th on his pioneering label, Tiësto’s production mastery is yet again showcased. Inspired by the music scene in New York, the electro-progressive track is accompanied by emotive, smooth female vocals by Natalie Major.  Instrumental piano and soft clicks lead the tempo towards the kick-bass- infused melody, with scattered vocal samples at the end of the preview, there’s little doubt the musical-maestro has given the charismatic Bobby Puma and his latest work the inevitable golden touch.

Available now on Beatport.

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