But it's not without good reason: Palomo let us know that, while he isn't ready to publicly divulge the details, he was contacted about a week before the scheduled release with an offer to put out the EP on a prominent hip-hop/dance label. Here's hoping it works out, as it would be a perfect fit for both parties.
"...we're finalizing the deal," writes Palomo in an e-mail, "but just let your readers know we have some big news in the coming days that will be absolutely worth waiting around for regarding a label signing and some great remixes."
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