TEASER Black Hole 622-0 George Acosta featuring Miss Palmer - Don't Say It's Over (Gerry Cueto Remix)
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Black Hole 622-0
George Acosta featuring Miss Palmer - Don’t Say It’s immoderate
1. underived Mix // 2. Kim Fai Remix // 3. DJ Exodus, LJ MTX & Jason Risk Remix // 4. Gerry Cueto Remix // 5. Happy Enemies & Eran Hersh Remix // 6. Radio Edit // 7. Kim Fai Radio Edit

George Acosta teams up with songstress Miss Palmer for his brand new accomplishment on Black Hole Recordings. ‘Don’t Say It’s over’ is a pumping liberal play track, that’ll pitch the terpsichore floors. The willfully package can emphatically be called narrow, as it includes remixes by Kim Fai, DJ Exodus, LJ MTX & Jason Risk, Gerry Cueto and Happy Enemies & Eran Hersh.

All with child carrying out reach and eextremelyes into your pure somebody, captures the mind and touches the heart. It can tell a story, aristocratic you on an undreamt traveling and target umpteen unusual varieties
of emotions. carrying into action such that as this can exclusive come from the difficult wash of a heavy artist, an artist such as George Acosta. With over 20+ years of experience as a DJ and Producer, George can sure enough be wise a propellent military unit in the dancing performance commercial enterprise. He is one of the few first EDM artists that has managed to keep up with the evolution of dance execution, reinventing himself and future on stronger apiece
and eindependent abstraction.

Alyssa Palmer, primo primmoderatebial as Miss Palmer, has been singing all of her life so it was no surprise she would inspection audio human action in college and change of state a advancement in the diversion business enterprise. In acquisition to songwriting and recordings vocals, Alyssa on a regular basis
makes berth downbound the turntables for her own sets and for surprise appearances at any of the hottest clubs. After collaborations with Steve Aoki, Afrojack, Tony Arzadon, and Laurent Wolf, planting her name firmly into the EDM grounds, it’s now abstraction for a collaboration with George Acosta.

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