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Jay Hardway Brings Back The Progressive Vibes We All Miss With New Single “Need It”

This summer Jay Hardway is set to build on his recent solo successes with his latest track,
“Need It”. His most recent track Golden Pineapple hit #1 in Beatport’s Future House
chart and I see  “Need It” topping Beatport charts as well. Two years in the making “Need It” now steers Jay Hardway into a more retro sphere than before, where we’re all ready for him.

“I've been working on this track on and off for about 2 years. After multiple versions, I
decided to stick with this version with a retro feel to it. The melody has always been the main
part of the project, but I needed something to build up to it. So, I decided to work with friends
and songwriters Dennis Baffoe, Rupert Blackman and Tim Boomsma, who immediately felt
the song and had a good idea about what energy the vocals should have. I'm really proud of
the end result and the track is always a very special moment during my sets.” – JAY
HARDWAY

This track brings be back to a better time of EDM in my opinion. It starts off with some great vocals, that leads into a throwback progressive drop that can't help but put a smile on your face. I truly hope each and every day that this sound makes a return to the scene, and hopefully this track by Jay Hardway starts the trend. Listen below to one of my favorite tracks of the summer.

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