TWINNS – Could Be Bad |Ensis Records|

With a personal belief in “music should either move your feet, or move your heart”, a DJ/Producers duo from Canada, recognized as TWINNS, are going to make your body move uncontrollably!

They have recently delivered their first release on Ensis Records. Entitled “Could Be Bad”, this one can be classified as a massive festival anthem, with no doubt. It has all that it needs to power up an entire crowd: its breakpart features a main stage melody that is perfectly combined with some chopped vocal effects, that is followed by an intense buildup which unleashes a raving climax for the drop part. If you want an unforgettable show, you need to get this party smasher!

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