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Lucky Date’s Solo Debut On Revealed Recordings “Just Move” Is The Labels Best Release Yet

Lucky Date’s Solo Debut On Revealed Recordings “Just Move” Is The Labels Best Release Yet
Josh Duham

Just move bitch! We are big Lucky Date fans here at TSS so we are proud to present his debut solo release on Hardwell’s Revealed Recordings. While Jordan has released some remixes on this label before, this is his first original piece of work to get featured. Revealed is home to some big names too such as Dannic and Dyro but, Lucky Date’s “Just Move” is by far the labels best release of 2014. The quality of this track and the sound design highlight Jordan’s strong suits as a producer. Hopefully this works its way into some live sets on big stages in the coming months.

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