Listen: Armand Van Helden Feat. Duane Harden – You Don’t Know Me (Martin Solveig Remix)

Listen: Armand Van Helden Feat. Duane Harden – You Don’t Know Me (Martin Solveig Remix)
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Quite possibly the biggest dance anthem known to man and a guaranteed floor-filler, this track is making a revival all due to the hands of Martin Solveig.

Armand Van Helden’s “You don’t even know me” features the vocals of Duane Harden and is regarded in high opinion amongst the greatest dance club anthems, so a fresh take on the track is welcomed with open ears.

Solveig’s remix takes on the popular EDM sounds with a heavier bass and beats that carry more of a boom — who thought it could be possible.

Check out the remix below & let us know what you think!

Nikita Chauhan 

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