Dada Life – Feed The Dada (Nicknack Remix) [Listen]

Dada Life – Feed The Dada (Nicknack Remix) [Listen]
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Dada Life’s head-banging anthem, “Feed The Dada,” gets a new dose of life from California-based DJ/producer, NickNack.

This 20 year-old up-and-comer brought us the high-octane big room remix of Will.I.Am & Eva Simmon’s club banger, “This Is Love,” and based on this follow-up reworking of Dada Life, it seems that what Nick has a knack for, is producing tracks that are capable moving crowds anywhere.

This electro-house remix supplies the danciest of melodies, with a drop so infectious, it warrants replay after replay.

This production brings a sound that embraces both energetic and feel-good sensibilities, a perfect combination for putting hands in the air.

With an EDM breakthrough on his horizon, NickNack is certainly an artist to keep your eye on. Check out NickNack’s remix of Dada Life’s “Feed The Dada” below.

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