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Tiësto Team Up With Vintage Culture For The EDM Track ‘Coffee (Give Me Something)’

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The Dutch DJ and record producer, Tiësto has teamed up with Vintage Culture for the brand new track named ‘Coffee (Give Me Something).’ Listen to the full song below.

The EDM track “Coffee (Give Me Something)” has an amazing vibrant note, upbeat groove, and fascinating vocals that gives us a silky, clean depth. We can feel fully pure dance power that we are able to get enough of. That actually gets enthusiastic about as two celebrity DJ’s from throughout the globe be part of forces for excellence.

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After a long time, Tiësto released his collaboration EDM song. Meanwhile, this EDM track has been closely influenced by Vintage Culture’s latest efforts, to no shock. The track will be the unquestionably probably the greatest this week.

On Intro, we listen, “I don’t wanna stop or sleep till the morning / Keep me up, keep me up like coffee,” Then verse starts, “I just want your body on my body / Suffocation, don’t take your hands off me / I don’t wanna stop or sleep till the morning / Keep me up, keep me up like coffee, yeah.”

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Tiësto Team Up With Vintage Culture For The EDM Track ‘Coffee (Give Me Something)’

Tiësto & Vintage Culture – Coffee (Give Me Something) Out Now! Like this track? Stream & Download the full track by clicking here.

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Tiësto(real name Tijs Michiel Verwest OON) is a Dutch DJ and record producer from Breda, North Brabant. In 2013, he was voted by DJ Mag readers as the “best DJ of the last 20 years”.