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dj mix/mashup: Flowers Out of Touch (Miley Cyrus, Hall & Oates, Justin Timberlake, Camila Cabello & Shawn Mendes, Post Malone)

Made with Logic Pro at 118 bpm Flowers - Miley Cyrus Out of Touch - Hall & Oates Sexyback - Justin Timberlake, Timbaland Señorita - Camila Cabello, Shawn Mendes Circles - Post Malone Fun little medley on top of a popular song; feels like going to a clothing store and trying on different pairs of pants. My favorites: Señorita and Out of Touch, with a slight edge to Señorita. I actually started this by stacking several songs on top of each other in Logic Pro, then muting/soloing certain tracks to decide what to use. More efficient than what I've been doing recently - may stick with it for the foreseeable future. Key- and bpm-compatible playlist: 115 to 120 bpm
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