Avicii stirring the pot with Nicky Romero
As you might've heard, Avicii's gotten fed up getting props only for his world-wide hit 'Levels'. He's been keeping busy with many new releases, but you get the feeling this one might be something BIG! In the latest 'Levels' podcast the Swedish-born producer and DJ Avicii aired the musical piece of fine art making it the unofficial debut of the track. The newest tune called 'Stranger' features Nicky Romero, a good friend of Avicii's. 'Stranger' may sound familiar to you on the count of using similar instrumentals already utilized in 'F*ck School' and 'Nicktim'.
Although the finalized version premiered on Romero's Protocol Radio, we bring you the only version currently available - the version heard on Avicii's 'Levels' podcast. Expect the official release near the end of the year. You can also start getting excited for Avicii's next album due in January 2013.
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