Feel 4 U

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"Feel 4 U"
Single by Dream Beats featuring Alcazar
ReleasedMay 2011
Genre Eurodance, pop
Label Universal Music Group
Songwriter(s) Anders Hansson
Producer(s) Anders Hansson, Felix Persson, Märta Grauers
Alcazar singles chronology
"Feel 4 U"
"Blame It on the Disco"

"Feel 4 U" is the debut single of Swedish dance-pop production team Dream Beats which features the group Alcazar. [1] [ unreliable source? ]

Dream Beats is a project led by Anders Hansson in collaboration with Felix Persson and Märta Grauers of Le Kid. They previously worked with Alcazar on the 2009 track "Stay the Night".

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  1. "Dream Beats feat Alcazar: 'Feel For You'". Scandipop.co.uk. 2011-04-02. Retrieved 2012-02-16.