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Nicky Romero’s Latest Release “Bittersweet” Will Take You Back To 2012

Nicky Romero’s Latest Release “Bittersweet” Will Take You Back To 2012
Alejandro Vega

Nicky Romero has recently experimented with incorporating a variety of musical influences into his productions, but now he delivers his iconic sound with his track Bittersweet. He collabs with Trilane, Kokaholla, and featuring vocals by Quarterback, the lead singer of Electric Sex Panther. Bittersweet incorporates a goosebump-inducing blend of rising melodies and bouncing basslines that take me back to when uplifting Big Room House was fantastic. Longtime fans of Nicky will be brought back to the veteran producer’s earlier hits, like the iconic Toulouse and his #1 hit I Could Be the One with Avicii, while new listeners are graced with the magic of a true progressive gem. Keep an eye out for what this music mogul has up his sleeve next!

Nicky Romero vs Trilane & Kokaholla – Bittersweet (ft. Quarterback) | Download |

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