Wednesday Workout Playlist [Vol. 2]

Good afternoon Ninjas! We know the work week, especially the mornings, is always challenging considering we are supposed to find the motivation to get up and get going while we aren’t even close to ready to sacrifice our beds. That’s exactly why we are bringing you another round of invigorating music through our Wednesday workout playlist. We guarantee that this week’s set of tunes will replenish any depleted energy from that seemingly unending work day, and supply enough for a much needed post-work gym session too.

’Chordashian – Lotus’
’Lucian – Drift (feat. Sleeper)’
’San Holo – Still Looking’
Bird Set Free (The Golden Pony Remix)’
’Sean Kingston – Wait Up (MNYKR & Snøwmass Remix)’
’Major Lazer X DJ Snake X MØ – Lean On (Pusher Flip)’
’Never Hate U (feat. Anna Clendening) (Flume X Gnash)’
’Kiiara – Gold (Zach Nicita Remix)’
’Steve Void & Alex Adair – Burnin”
’Justin Timberlake – Can’t Stop The Feeling (Loud Luxury Version)’
’Zhu – In The Morning (Mstrkrft Remix)’
’Someone That Loves You (Nicolas Haelg Remix)’
’Ookay – Thief (DIV/IDE Remix)’
’Galantis – No Money (Two Friends Remix)’
’Baauer – Temple (Prismo Remix)’
’SAM F & Yntendo – Vegas To LA’
’Pegboard Nerds & NGHTMRE – Superstar (Feat. Krewella)’
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Sean Kingston – Letting Go ft. Nicki Minaj (Kingdom Dub)

There is a good chance a song is going to be ridiculous when there are two air horn drops in the first 30 seconds–but don’t be scared, Nicki Minaj will be your savior as strong dub bass hits will deliver you from evil. Though the original “Letting Go” from Sean Kingston ft. Nicki Minaj is standard auto-tuned, radio fare, this mix by Kingdom ditches the repetitive chorus, slows it down to dubspeed, and makes the beat count. More fire from Nicki Minaj, less Sean Kingston–a very nice upgrade.

Brooklyn-based Kingdom, whose “That Mystic” EP was released in July by Night Slugs, has been pumping out originals and clean remixes like “Letting Go” (Kingdom Dub) since 2006. His newest remix of Sleigh Bells’ “Tell ‘Em” further proves that he’s not afraid to sometimes “fix what ain’t broke” and achieve great results.

Kingdom’s Dub version of “Letting Go” is clearly a massive upgrade to the original and will definitely leave you swaying–even with the air horns.

Sean Kingston – Letting Go ft. Nicki Minaj (Kingdom Dub)

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