What So Not Member Emoh Instead’s “Why Can’t You” (Hayden James Remix) : Chill Trap

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With all the hullabaloo going on down under as Australians celebrate their summer festival season, we receive yet another fine example of music from one of the countries newest names. Hailing from the shores of Sydney, Hayden James made waves after turning Dillon Francis indie-electro hit “Without You” into a tropical house masterpiece. This time around its fellow countryman and What So Not collaborator Emoh Instead’s “Why Can’t You” receiving the business as Hayden brings a dark yet vibrant trap aesthetic to the track. Stream the track and be sure to grab on iTunes below if you dig. Enjoy

Emoh Instead – Why Can’t You (Hayden James Remix) | Purchase on iTunes

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