Hot on the heels of the Miami kickoff for Swedish House Mafia’s Paradise Again tour, Sebastian Ingrosso decided to drop not one but two new reworks, one for Diplo and the second for one of the trios recent collaborators, The Weeknd.
When the trio was in the White Isle for their return at Ushuaïa Ibiza, Ingrosso teased a rework alongside Desembra on Instagram which members on the trios Discord were able to figure out was for Diplo, TSHA and Kareen Lomax‘s “Let You Go.”
In the following weeks, he also then went on to release a second rework, this time with Salvatore Ganacci for their take on “How I Make You Love Me” by The Weeknd which Swedish House Mafia originally co-produced.
While the Paradise Again tour was greatly hyped and anticipated after the trio announced their new album and subsequent world tour, with the current economic strains and a looming recession in the the United States, times are tough and this is eventually leading to multiple tour date cancellation.
In the recent weeks, the trio have had to cancel over 8 shows, some only weeks prior including their dates set for Orland, New Jersey and Boston among others. While there has been no official announcement of these cancellations or remorse shown by the trio, ticket holders have simply been getting emails with details about the cancellations citing “production issues” and more than likely low ticket sales.
H/T – Dancing Astronaut
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