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Stafford Brothers feat. Lil Wayne & Christina Milian - Hello (Dannic remix)

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Having relocated to the U.S., with a residency at Marquee Las Vegas to boot, Queensland-bred big-roomers Stafford Brothers were picked up by the Cash Money/Young Money roster, which boasts chart-troubling rap and R&B names like Lil Wayne, Drake and Nicki Minaj. The Staffords are the first ‘EDM’ act to join the family, as explained by head honcho Bryan ‘Birdman’ Williams in a statement.

“The Stafford Brothers blew me away with their energy, superb production skills and strong remixes,” Birdman said in a press release. “Their music may have a party vibe, but that didn’t fool [brother and business partner] Slim and I. With their ownership of nightclubs, their own reality television show, international tours and dedication to their craft, we knew the Stafford Brothers were serious and would fit right in with the hard-working YMCMB family.”

The result of the team-up is a new single from the Stafford Brothers, Hello, which features Lil Wayne and Christina Milian. Now inthemix has got its hands on a free download of Hello, as remixed by Dutch rising superstar Dannic, who is signed to Toolroom Records. Check out the Staffords Facebook for all their movements.

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