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  • SCHEINY Makes Hood Politics Debut With Edit To Justin Bieber’s “Boyfriend” Titled “Never Let U Go” [Free Download]


    Coming straight out of Chicago is yet another talented, rising house artist who goes by the name SCHEINY. He’s already made an impact in the city, playing numerous dates at the city’s top clubs including Spybar, Sound Bar along with offering support for the likes of Destructo, Henry Fong, Dada Life, and plenty more.

    Now, he’s back with a rumbling tech house edit titled “Never Let U Go”, an amazing flip of Justin Bieber’s hit “Boyfriend”, that feels every bit like a club banger. It’s his debut on Hood Politics and rightly so, as this song perfectly encapsulates a captivating exploration blending pop melodies and gripping underground feel.

    Arriving on the heels of this single is SCHEINY’s announcement that he is slated to perform at Chicago’s esteemed electronic music festival, North Coast. He’s offering fans a chance to win a pair of tickets to catch him at North Coast. In order to enter the contest, fans can download the single here

    Listen for yourself below and keep an eye on SCHEINY this year!

    This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: SCHEINY Makes Hood Politics Debut With Edit To Justin Bieber’s “Boyfriend” Titled “Never Let U Go” [Free Download]

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