[Free Download] Adele – Someone Like You (Leonard Halling Bootleg)

Adele - Somone Like You (Leonard Halling Bootleg)

Release Info

TRACK NAME: Someone Like You

ARTIST(S): Adele

REMIXER(S): Leonard Halling

GENRE(S): Progressive House

RELEASE DATE: 11.10.2011

Adele is this UK singer exploding all around the world since the release of her album entitled 21. Including on the album and release as a single in January, Sometime Like You is the second smashing song following Rolling In The Deep, which was released on Novembre 29th 2011.

Besides, Leonard Halling is a swedish DJ and Producer still unknown with his own name but known a few under WeSmile which is composed by himself and Anton Marra. Few days ago, we introduce to you their successful track co-produced with the prodigious Marcus Prime named Avi out via TopDJ Records.

So, Leonard Halling got the majestic idea to rework Someone Like You produced by Adkins & Wilson with the Adele‘s crystal voice and bring some progressive house vibes to give another dimension. The result is here, a sumptuous track supported by so many people, already played almost 1500 times on Leonard Halling‘s soundcloud. Leonard and his manager decided to gift us this jewel as an Exclusive Free Download.

Note: House4DJ doesn’t usually publish bootleg or unofficial remix but this one is a masterpiece.

Supported by Hardwell, Nervo, Matisse & Sadko !


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4 Comments on "[Free Download] Adele – Someone Like You (Leonard Halling Bootleg)"

  1. Alex October 11, 2011 at 10:16 pm - Reply

    Awesome Bootleg man! amazing job

  2. Joey Joey Joey October 12, 2011 at 8:10 am - Reply

    Fantastic. But, nothing will ever top the eSQUIRE vs. OFFBeat remix

  3. Fede October 12, 2011 at 3:32 pm - Reply


  4. hedz January 3, 2012 at 12:42 am - Reply

    Just a suggestion for this great house blog… You shouldn’t be worried about not publishing bootlegs/unofficial tracks, you should be worried at releasing good music instead. This is a clear example of what I mean, just because it isn’t an official release, it doesn’t mean it shouldn’t be known…

    So you could post these good ‘bootlegs’ once in a while. :)


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