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Corporate Slackrs Are Back With Mashup of John Newman’s “Love Me Again” vs. R3hab’s “Samurai” [Free Download]

Corporate Slackrs Are Back With Mashup of John Newman’s “Love Me Again” vs. R3hab’s “Samurai” [Free Download]

Two great songs all mashed up together as one as the Corporate Slackrs are back with another edit to keep fans warmed up before the real heat starts to wave in. With festival season steadily approaching our Southern Florida boys have taken John Newman’s ever radio popular “Love Me Again” with fan favorite big room house song “Samurai” by R3hab, thus, making this edit noob friendly at the same time showing how hard these big room kicks can hit. Just like all of the Slackrs mashups on their SoundCloud, you can pickup this edit for free via their fan page. Keep calm, and slack on.

R3hab vs John Newman – Love Me Again, Samurai (Corporate Slackrs Mashup) | Download |

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