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Dzeko has teamed up with 4-time Grammy Award-winning artist Keith Urban on their collaborative effort "Both Still Young," out via Casablanca Records

"Both Still Young" melds both Dzeko and Keith Urban's worlds perfectly, blending the upbeat house production of the former with the unmistakable vocals of the latter. The anthem kicks off with shimmering piano chords that introduce Urban's lovelorn lyrics. Urban continues to belt through the drop alongside chopped-up vocals that are used to create a catchy melody. "Both Still Young" is a perfect summer anthem that fans will be rinsing for months to come. 

Dzeko's talent is undeniable, as the electronic producer has worked with a number of high-profile artists since the beginning of his career, including Steve Aoki, Ummet Ozcan, and Tiësto, who he teamed up with alongside Post Malone and Preme on the international hit "Jackie Chan." While this is only the second release from the Toronto-based producer this year, he's made quite the impression so far. 

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