Deniz Koyu Feat. Wynter Gordon – Follow You (Original Mix) [Listen]

Deniz Koyu Feat. Wynter Gordon – Follow You (Original Mix) [Listen]
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“Follow You” is one of Deniz Koyu’s most uplifting productions to date. The track is accentuated by Wynter Gordon’s silky vocals shining through Deniz’s finely-crafted beat.

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