Just Kiddin - There For You (feat. Slam Dunk’d featuring Chromeo 1 day ago   02:35

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Just Kiddin
There For You (Feat. Effie) - OUT NOW

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Comments 16 Comments

BatiKitch
Two weeks ago i was thinking while listening my favourite music “ it can’t get any better than this” ... just a few minutes ago i found out i was wrong
yeetboi3000
Extended mix ?
Ben Meaden
Track!!
Thomas Stone
Yes then I love just kiddin ,😍😍🙌🙌
vicki s
such chill vibes, i love this song
greg morris
perfection, cant wait to play this at work. the people are going to love it.
captainativemusicofficial
I love this song I'm ready for summer!!!
emmilyjaannee
TUNEEEEE 🔥🔥
Drive637
Doesn't get better than this.
Rotated.
So gooood
Rick Fu
Great production as always 👍. This is really good.
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Slam Dunk’d featuring Chromeo Just Kiddin - There For You (feat. 1 day ago   04:53

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Download & Stream here: https://glitbx.lnk.to/GLITS029D2

When you hear a track as good as ‘No Price’, it is unsurprising to find out it was made by one of America’s most established music producers. Arthur Baker, who has set out to get dancefloors moving since the 1970s, has collaborated with musicians such as New Order, Afrika Bambaataa and the Pet Shop Boys, and also works under the alias Slam Dunk’d. The framework of the instantly recognisable ‘No Price’ came from an unfinished cut Baker had produced 35 years prior, and has all the makings of a feel-good disco record. With vocals from award-winning Canadians Chromeo, the collaboration between them and Slam Dunk’d makes for a truly special record. Now released on Glitterbox alongside three remixes, you can see why it still works as a dancefloor stomper. Armand Van Helden’s re-work is a real stand-out, as it intertwines genres seamlessly to give the track new life. Robosonic and Art Of Tones also bring their remixing abilities to the table, creating a dynamic and exciting release destined for the dancefloor.