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Get Low - Zedd, Liam Payne



tempo: 108 bpm

bpm range: 105 to 110 bpm

the dj's take:Song #5 in our Formula 15 mix (7:05):



Is it possible for any song to call itself Get Low without getting overshadowed by Lil Jon? Because even if it turns into a moderate hit, we all know second place is first loser:



Anyway, decent filler on a pop night as you build up into something bigger.

If you're staying key-compatible around 106 bpm, try mixing or mashing up with:

thank u, next - Ariana Grande
One Dance - Drake
Questions - Chris Brown
For Free - DJ Khaled ft. Drake

And if you don't feel like slowing down:

Me Reh├║so - Danny Ocean
Let's Talk About Sex - Salt N Pepa
Piece By Piece - Kelly Clarkson

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