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Holding Tight Your Dream Makes Your Dream Hold you Tight

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“Holding tight your dream makes your dream hold you tight,” is a promise made to us by Vin Deca featuring Myra Maimoh in the song I Encourage You, a brand new dance pop release from the dance album Electro Positive Plus. I Encourage You was written in 2008 by Vin Deca particularly to and for himself to help keep him focused while combating the difficulties of the music industry.

First released as a contemporary pop song in 2011 by Myra Maimoh on the album Answer’d Me, the song gained such great resonance with the public and spent over two months on the NCM charts.

After finding out that the song continued to be relevant to many since its release in 2011, Vin Deca decided to remix “I Encourage You” using todays sound and style. Four remixes of the song were recorded with the version I Encourage You (Ebenholz Remix) getting most favoured by radio stations and is thus receiving a great amount of radio play worldwide.

The smooth and uplifting song with an urban progressive sound comparable to that of Clean Bandit, Avicii and Mr.Probz is out now, a digital only release and is available everywhere online.

Download the song on iTunes

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