DVBBS & Borgeous - TSUNAMI. Like this track? Grab your copy on iTunes or listen on Spotify/Apple Music: https://doornrecords.lnk.to/dvbbs-borgeous-tsunami
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Hype, anticipation and discussion were the order of the day when the teaser for 'Tsunami' appeared online. No artist ID was given so heavy discussion followed. Who produced it? Where did it come from? When is the release date? So now we can proudly announce DVBBS & Borgeous produced 'Tsunami' and it's ready to crumble everything in its path!
David Guetta : 'Tasty!'
Hardwell : 'Full support in all my sets!'
Nicky Romero : 'Big! Supporting!'
Sander van Doorn : 'Huge record In all my sets!'
Dada Life : 'Cool'
Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike : 'Full support in all our sets!'
W&W : 'Full support!'
Calvin Harris : '!!!'
R3hab : 'AMAZING!!!'
Zane Lowe / BBCR1 : 'Awesome!'
Pete Tong / BBCR1 : 'Support!'
Danny Howard / BBCR1 : 'HUGE!'
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