Alok and Bruno Martini are a Brazilian dream team when it comes to creating their new hit Hear Me Now. This tune contains an amazing featuring of the vocalist Zeeba, that will touch senses for sure. The smooth guitar lick and melodic chords, enhanced by the sophisticated flute are destined to please some ears. Hear it now!
Alok, Bruno Martini feat. Zeeba - Hear Me Now is out now! Like this track? Download on Beatport or add it to your favourite Spotify/Apple Music playlist by clicking HERE: https://spinninrecords.lnk.to/HearMeNow!YT
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