Musical Freedom upstart Baggi Begovic joins the Axis family for its 59th installment. One of the many promising talents in Tiësto's syndicate, Baggi curates a rousing hour of big room bangers, including 8 exclusive tracks and 3 unreleased tracks from the Musical Freedom mastermind himself. Opening with his massive collaboration with Tiësto, Mark Alston and Jason Tayler "Love and Run," Baggi sets a pace that doesn't let up. Taking center stage in the mix, Baggi's original "Compromise" explodes, only to be followed by a mash up of "If A Lie Was Love" and Tommy Trash's "Cascade." His remix of Avril Lavigne's "HTNGU" is joined by another pop experiment, this time in the form of Rod Stewart's "Sexual Religion" - a track that represents some of his best work to date. With Baggi's career trajectory already aimed for the stars, this up-and-coming producer uses his Axis debut to show that he is already shining brighter than most.