No Way Back creates a modern day version of Mariah Carey with “Honey” 

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Words by Pia Talwar.

Mixing deep house beats with 90’s R&B tunes is what makes No Way Back one of the freshest DJ/producers out there. The L.A. based DJ previously revitalized Whitney Houston’s classic “It’s Not Right, But It’s Okay” for his production debut, which hit the Top 10 in the UK Music Week Club Chart. The rising star then released “Doin’ It Well” featuring Mike Beatz, merging together the best of house, hip-hop and soul.

Now, No Way Back just released his latest track, “Honey,” which is a fresh modern day version of Mariah Carey’s hit single infused with electric house beats that will get you grooving. The song starts off with a steady drum beat and progresses with soulful vibes and a catchy piano melody.

No Way Back has already gained the attention of Tiesto, Don Diablo, Le Youth, Manufactured Superstars, and Goldroom as well as support from Capital Xtra, Ministry of Sound and Capital FM.

The DJ is gradually making his way up to the top as he recently made appearances with Sam Sparro and jackLNDN at Los Globos in Los Angeles. No Way Back already kicked off 2016 with a big bang with a prime slot at Life in Color Miami, where performed alongside Jack U, Steve Aoki, Zeds Dead, 3lau, Ruby Rose and many more. He also fired up the crowd when he shared the stage with Le Youth at Coachella in April during his Do Lab set and performed “It’s Not Right, But It’s Okay.” 

Be sure to catch No Way Back at his upcoming show on May 20th at Exchange LA.

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Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/nowaybackmusic

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