Listen to Dzeko’s remix of Tiësto’s trance hit, ‘Just Be’
It’s hard to believe that Tiësto’s 2004 hit “Just Be” is now 13 years old. Arguably one of the Dutch producer’s biggest releases from his early albums, the single has lived on as a signature reminder of his legendary trance days. Now, the timeless track has entered the scene once more to experience new life courtesy of a strong reimagining from Toronto-based artist Dzeko.
Bursting forth on his flourishing solo career, Dzeko is set on building his prestige on polished production and quality releases. Just last month, the burgeoning producer released a powerful rendition of Post Malone’s “Congratulations,” and now he’s returned to pin down a bigger undertaking with the aforementioned Tiësto classic. Keeping Kirsty Hawkshaw’s lyricism at the forefront and encasing the single within a future bass framework, Dzeko reworks the original with scaling chord progressions and accentuated vocals, returning the single into a resounding, main-stage knockout.