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Nicky Romero & Friends Presents Protocol Miami 2017 Compilation Album

Friday saw Nicky Romero and friends release compilation album Protocol Miami 2017; which sees 14 exclusive tracks showcasing the Protocol label talent mixed with some widely recognised songs.

The album is the perfect way to gear you up for the Winter Music Conference and Miami Music Week, which are just weeks away.

Protocol will showcase their talent on 23 March at ORA Nightclub in Miami; so why not listen to this album and get yourself ready for this event.

Listen to Nicky Romero & Friends on Spotify here:

All 14 exclusives are never-before-heard tracks. Our favourites include Funkybeat’s “Ocean Drive”, Stadiumx & Dzasko’s “I Feel It All”, and Nicky Romero’s edit of Trilane & Yaro’s “Miss Out” which features Max Landry. These three are totally stand-out tracks on the album, although all the songs are complete fire; it’s just a perfect mix of unheard tracks with some popular ones too.

The other tracks include the already-known favourite Nicky Romero & Navarra’s “Crossroads”, and popular Raiden featuring Bright Lights’ “Heart Of Steel”. This is one compilation club album you need in your life, even if you aren’t planning to go to Miami and party hard at Miami Music Week.

The album release is in promotion of the Protocol Showcase Miami 2017 during Miami Music Week on 23 March 2017. Tickets are available to buy here. Two more massive events for the Protocol artists will follow this; Fabrik in Madrid on 8 April 2017, and Balaton Sound in Hungary on 5 July 2017.

If you’re off to Miami Music Week or have the opportunity to go, make sure you listen to this awesome album. We wish we could be there.

This album is available to download and stream now.

What do you make of Protocol Miami 2017? Let us know your thoughts on Twitter @CelebMix, and tell us about your plans for Miami Music Week.

Written by Jonathan Currinn

24-year-old writer, blogger, author and journalist. Graduated from Staffordshire University in 2015. I write under the name Critic Jonni, on my blog. I also write for Channillo, The Coffee House, Outlet Magazine, SPECTRUMM, and Fuzzable. Follow me on Twitter @CriticJonni

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