While his rework of "All This Time" isn't quite as wild as his recent records, Smith has done a masterful job at encapsulating his sound into a laid-back track more minimalistic than what fans are used to. Making use of the originals enchanting vocal, Smith added a smooth percussion build-up that leads into a bouncy, melodic drop. Undoubtedly, this toned-down version of "All This Time" will attract fans both new and old.
Smith has become a force in the dance music scene since the beginning of his career, collaborating with huge names like Hardwell, Blasterjaxx, MAKJ and Vini Vici to name a few. His recent releases include his collaboration with Carnage, "Nah Nah," his hit "World at Our Feet," and his track with Steve Aoki and Dr Phunk, "Hava."
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