Benny Benassi – Satisfaction (RL Grime Remix) [Listen]

Benny Benassi – Satisfaction (RL Grime Remix) [Listen]
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Back in the summer of 2002 Benny Benassi’s “Satisfaction” was the most requested song in clubs around the world, and nearly 10 years later it is considered a certified classic within the electronic dance music scene. Up-and-coming trap producer RL Grime has decided to revive the classic record, integrating his own signature sound and style. RL Grime’s 808’s and hard bass definitely give the already unforgettable track a new lease of life. Enjoy!

Listen to “Satisfaction (RL Grime Remix)” below!

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