Pitbull feat. Ne-Yo
Time Of Our Lives (Bobby Brush Remix)
Say what you will about Pitbull, you won’t be able to deny that Bobby Brush has managed to make his music much more digestible with this brand new remix that hearkens back to piano driven house tunes. Stepping away from his tropical roots, Bobby has decided to flip “Time Of Our Lives” into a huge and improved new tune that could easily make the rounds in Miami this week. It’s got just the right amount of energy that defines this fun week of music and is looking to be a big influence in his consistently changing sound. Get to grooving above and have fun!
Waiting On Your Love (Rukaz Remix)
WELCOME TO MIAMI MUSIC WEEK! It’s already underway, and those of lucky enough to go are going to have a blast. For us still stuck at work, Rukaz has got us covered with a brand new remix of Felix Snow‘s “Waiting On Your Love” that will bring Miami to your speakers right at home. Slicing up the vocals into bite size bits and sprinkling them all over this delicious slice of house/trap hybrid, Rukaz has cooked up a fun new track that drips with nothing but pure satisfaction. Let loose and enjoy the impending festival season with this big, upbeat track above!
Na Na (Cowp Remix)
Cowp may not be a familiar name to you, but he certainly has a developed sound not unlike a majority of producers with a larger following. His most recent remix treatment covers Trey Songz‘ “Na Na,” and he flips the DJ Mustard helmed hit into his own (and honestly much more fitting) creation. Cowp’s version is stripped down to essentials and sprinkles the vocals along the sprightly instrumental without any clashing elements and has an overall nice balance. This is one of those cases where the remix transcends the original, and Cowp yet again has shown himself capable of providing a stellar remix like he has for well over a year now. Be sure to catch his previous remix of Portugal The Man’s “Purple Yellow Red and Blue” and support his latest above!
Trap Queen (E-V & Koala Kalam Remix)
Fetty Wap‘s debut single “Trap Queen” has been trickling its way through the radio and club scene, finally implanting a spot in mainstream rotation. Today, fans of the catchy tune get a little taste of something different as LA-based DJ E-V and Ohio-native Koala Kalam give the successful single the remix treatment. Maintaining the high energy of the original, the two later flip the beat with the addition of some synth production, electro sounds, and a turnt vibe that is sure to keep the party going. Just in time for the weekend, take a listen to the free new mix and be sure to check out each DJ’s respective Soundcloud pages to hear more new and innovative mixes.
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Save Tonight Feat. Gavrielle & Nick Goldston (Win & Woo Remix)
With many of us on Spring break, escaping work to locations where we can bathe in sunlight, artists might as well start unleashing tracks that remind us of summer. Win and Woo’s heads are definitely in the right place as they release a radiant remix of Louis Vivet’s “Save Tonight” cover. Taking the electronic rendition of Eagle Eye Cherry’s original hit track, Win and Woo soften the electro elements and blood-pumping beats in favor of tropical percussion and flute synths. The combination offers a euphoric island-feel, immediately transporting the listener to paradise (unless, of course, you’re one of the lucky ones who literally is in a paradise). But whether you’re in Cancun, or being lazy on your parents’ couch, all will agree that this track is a vacation for the ears.
NGHTMRE & SLANDER
Trying to stay motivated to get through the mid-week struggle? Here’s something that’ll help you. Production duo Slander have teamed up once again with fellow LA-based producer NGHTMRE for another banger. Tweaking Loleatta Holloway‘s vocals and pairing them with uplifting melodies, the joined forces knock this one out of the park. The high pitched vocals definitely give it a majestic vibe, while Slander’s signature big room drops highlight what follows. The combination of these different elements works wonders, which are showcased most notably in the vastly contrasted drops. Heaven trap, as they call it, is the most fitting description for this epic track.
Released as a free download, “Gud Vibrations” is the third track off their upcoming joint EP titled Nuclear Bonds. Slander and NGHTMRE continue to show their talent and diversity with consistently exceptional collaborations. Listen for yourself above.