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What to say about Shaun Frank? The man needs no introduction, but alas this is a music blog and I'm here to scavenger tidbits of information for you. Did you know Shaun co-wrote The Chainsmoker's hit "Closer Ft. Halsey" with Louis the Child's Freddy Kennett? Boom there you go ha ha! Just in case you've lived on mars for the last year and haven't been paying attention, the Toronto bred hit maker steamrolled 2015 and early 2016 with breakouts like the festival circuit staple with Oliver Heldens in "Shades of Grey," the smooth ode to the city of angels in "La La Land" with DVBBS, most recently his collab with the legend Steve Aoki in "Dope Girlz," and now "Let You Get Away."

True to form, Shaun has put together another emotional-meets-banger record fusing excellent songwriting and production in a way that only Shaun can do best. Ashe's brilliance shines through with ease who's becoming quite a staple on our pages (check out the Hypem #1 hit "Recognize" from Win and Woo). As you were being lulled into a trance by Ashe's verses, the drop flies in and sweeps you off your feet with hornlike synths, deep sub and trap like percussion. Flash forward to the end it sounds like we have splashes of actual horns come in after the final buildup just adding to the epicness of this already ginormous hit. Tack another ace into Shaun's musical deck of cards, this cut is gonna get played at a lot of festivals across the world. You can purchase/stream this on digital retailers courtesy of Spinnin' here.