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Nitti Gritti releases remix to his hit production “Move To Miami” featuring Enrique Iglesias and Pitbull

Rising star NITTI GRITTI is back with a remix to his own hit production of Enrique Iglesias & Pitbull’s “Move To Miami”. Having accumulated over 60 million streams to date, “Move To Miami” continues to make waves after hitting #27 on Billboard’s Top 40 Chart. Preserving the latin influence of the original, the Miami based producer adds a moombah-inspired spin that breathes new life into the viral single.

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Constantly pushing boundaries and breaking barriers with his music, Nitti Gritti has gained notoriety with his remixes of tracks like San Holo’s “Lights” and Kanye’s “All of the Lights,” remix which has been played by dozens of industry heavyweights such as Diplo, Jauz, NGHTMRE, Mija, Ookay, Tiesto and more. In short time, Nitti Gritti has seen major success with a number of releases including “Too Much”, “Famous,” along with his recent remix of Bazzi’s “Mine” . He continues to show the world his versatility especially with his “C’est La Vie” EP , “Fear” EP, and his “Judge Me” EP, which is a self-produced rock EP featuring him on guitar, piano, drums, as well as his own vocals. Nitti’s recent dubstep single “Crack” was signed by Tiesto’s label ‘Musical Freedom’ and was one of the most played tracks at Ultra Miami this year. He also co-produced the latest Enrique Iglesias & Pitbull record entitled “Move To Miami” that has already accumulated over 60 million streams and received heavy radio support.

With a heavy slate of diverse releases and massive industry support, the future is bright for Nitti Gritti.

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