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Kaskade Remixes Alicia Keys’ “In Common”‏

Multi Grammy® Award nominated world-renowned singer, songwriter, and music producer Kaskade has released an official remix of Alicia Keys’ new single “In Common”. “I was immediately drawn to this track from first listen,” said Kaskade. “Something about the composition compelled me to decide to put my own spin on it and I’m flattered that Alicia liked it enough to agree to give it her stamp of approval.”

The song is available today at all Spotify, Apple Music and iTunes –


Kaskade’s fame shows no sign of letting up globally – he was recently inducted into Pete Tong’s Hall of Fame, and sold out London’s The Steelyard on his most recent UK date. This past May Kaskade electrified an audience of over 30,000 fans with his largest solo headlining date of his career. The unprecedented event, presented by Insomniac and Exchange LA, was the first dance music event to take place in the Convention Center’s 45-year history. Tickets for the performance sold out immediately. Kaskade called it the “best show of my life”. He also recently performed at EDC in New York and Las Vegas and continues his Las Vegas residency for Wynn at XS and Encore Beach Club. Kaskade’s most recent release is a set of remixes for his track “Fakin It” with Felix Cartal, available HERE. Arkade/Warner Bros. Records released Kaskade’s heralded ninth album Automatic on September 25, 2015.

Kaskade will release a new song entitled “Jorts FTW’ on Friday, July 15.

A complete list of Kaskade’s upcoming live dates is available HERE.

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