Quintino & Ralvero – Jackpot [Listen]

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Two of the most influential electro house producers, Quintino and Ralvero, teamed up to create “Jackpot,” released today on Spinnin’ Records.

The explosive track builds a huge climax with some amazing chord progressions and then drops with a heavy bass. Sure to be a banger in every festival playlist this spring – just check out what these fellow DJs had to say:

Tiesto: “Great new uplifting track with great drop – works well!!!
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David Guetta: “Rockin”

Afrojack: ‘Supported in my radioshow!’

Laidback Luke: “Supported in my radioshow”

Nervo: “Very nice!”

Thomas Gold: ‘Cool’

R3hab: “LOVE THESE GUYS QUINTINO & RALVERO!”

Bingo Players: “Phat!”

Dada Life: “Cool!”

Diplo: “Big room!”

Listen the mix below!

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