Official Video for Duke Dumont - Need U (100%) + fresh remix by Skream
Maybe it was the End of the World that got producers to give it their best, we don't know. But what we do know is that the final quarter of 2012 saw new hits springing up like mushrooms after rain. One of the biggest things in house was Duke Dumont's track Need U (100%). Now it's gotten the visuals to go with the beats, you can check it out below. You will also find Skream's early 90s reminiscent spin on the club anthem. Both tracks will be available to purchase starting from March, 31st via Ministry of Sound. Enjoy!
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to have a tape-recorder stuck in your stomach, playing the one of the catchiest tracks around everywhere you go? Well, now you can see what's likely to happen by the courtesy of Duke Dumont and the director of choice - Ian Robertson.
Official Video for Duke Dumont feat A*M*E - Need U (100%)
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