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Sebastian Wibe Delivers A Flawless Remix Of James Bay’s “Hold Back The River”

Sebastian Wibe Delivers A Flawless Remix Of James Bay’s “Hold Back The River”

18 year old progressive house phenomena Sebastian Wibe is starting to make a name for himself through his energetic and fresh remixes. His past remixes for Ariana Grande and Maroon 5 have seen a great deal of success passing hundreds of thousands of plays on Soundcloud. His most recent remix of “Hold The Black River is definitely one you need to hear. From the beginning guitar riff, Sebastian slowly creates an atmosphere around the original song, complementing the vocal and slowly building into a huge progressive drop that will work well for festivals this summer.

James Bay – Hold The Black River (Sebastian Wibe Remix) | Download |

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