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Jason Parris x My Buddy Mike - No Warning Featuring Neon Hitch
Jason Parris x My Buddy Mike - No Warning Featuring Neon Hitch

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Jason Parris x My Buddy Mike x Neon Hitch [PREMIERE]

New comers Jason Parris and My Buddy Mike have returned with another collab titled “No Warning”. These two tend to bring the fire as it is. When you add the heavenly vocals of Neon Hitch to the mix… WOW.

Starting life as a smooth vocal driven tune this song takes you on a ride. Stapled with a catchy chorus, these three songwriters drew inspiration from their own lives and poured those moments and emotions into this project. Reminiscing on past relationships this song is a story about the unexpected feelings of a old relationship coming back to life. A feeling all of us can relate to.

It's no wonder that these three have put something so sweet together, as they are a team packed full of talent and experience. Hailing from England, Singer/Songwriter Neon Hitch has establish quiet the impressive resume. Discovered by the legendary Benny Blanco (the producer behind Katy Perry, Justin Bieber, Rihanna, and many more), she has continue racking up ammo working with the likes of Bruno Mars, Sia, Busta Rhymes, Ryan Tedder (Adele, Beyonce), Greg Kurstin (Beck, Ellie Goulding), and other huge names.

Although Neon Hitch is right much of a star all on her own, she has been so beautifully supported by great producers in this tune. My Buddy Mike and Jason Parris are fresh undiscovered talent and think we will see them start to make waves as we move into the new year.

Check out this teams brand new single “No Warnings” below, and follow them all on social media to stay up to date with their movement.

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