The Westbrook Project feat. Nicole Henry

The Westbrook Project feat. Nicole Henry

Miracle 12″

Sounds For People

Many of you may already be aware of the phenomenal success of this exquisite vocal track. Yeah, I’m gushing about this but wouldn’t you if it were the first time that you heard the remixes by Fade and Markus Schulz?

It’s already a strong track. Nicole’s probably one of the best-kept secrets in the Southeast; their live PA proved that! Fade aka Chris Fortier and Neil Kolo have two mixes, one entitled “The Miracle Dub” and the other the “Sanctuary Vocal.” Big progressive treatment here, trance-inducing harmony and efx sweeps make this a magical cut for all those pro house heads around the country. This is the type of track that gets strangers talking to each other at parties and promotes the most genuinely good natured vibe. Essential. Sounds For People, 940 Lincoln Rd. Suite #218, Miami Beach, FL 33139

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