Swedish House Mafia – Save the World ft. John Martin (Bare Remix) : Heavy Dubstep Remix

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“Save the World” by Swedish House Mafia is easily one of the biggest electronic anthems to come out in the past 2 years, and just got a extra dirty dubstep remix from BARE. If you aren’t familiar with BARE, he is a beast of a producer based out of LA that makes some bass music that really tears shit up. He took the popular house anthem and brought it right on the line of being too grimy. John Martin‘s vocals shine through clearly while the drops come crashing so perfectly. Turn this up, relive of the Swedish classic, enjoy!

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