Don Diablo - Cutting Shapes is OUT NOW on Don Diablo's HEXAGON label! Like this track? Download on Beatport or add it to your favourite Spotify/Apple Music playlist by clicking HERE: https://dondiablo.lnk.to/CuttingShapes!YT
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Don Diablo returns with a new future house gem! The catchy chords mold perfectly with the soulful vocals and the strong kicks. Cutting Shapes is energetic, positive and is destined to be the ultimate crowd pleaser. Great music by this house heavyweight!
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