Latest Remixes Posts
Suit and Tie (TOKiMONSTA Remix)
Fresh off her track “Go With It” featuring MNDR, Los Angeles producer TOKiMONSTA is back with an awesome remix of the now-everywhere Justin Timberlake single “Suit and Tie” (and maybe I prefer it over the original? maybe). With heavy bass trickling up, down and all around alongside cutting electronic effects and scrambled vocal twists, this rework benefits greatly from a much-needed dose of colorful and creative arrangements and relentless, consuming energy.
Pour It Up Remix (Feat. Young Jeezy, Rick Ross, Juicy J & T.I.)
After dominating the radiowaves with her single “Pour It Up” over the last few months, Rihanna decided it was finally time for a little remix action. Well, little probably isn’t the proper term, as this one features some heavyweights (that’s not a shot at the MMG Boss). Taking the strip club anthem to the next level, we now have the likes of Young Jeezy, Rick Ross, Juicy J and T.I. all describing the typical ways they like to blow their money. Ignoring the ensuing awkwardness that is sure to occur when Jeezy and Ross find out they’re on the same track together, this is a pretty great remix that definitely accomplishes its goals of making you want to spend your stacks. You know you’re definitely bound to hear this one everywhere in the upcoming weeks.
Bitch Don't Kill My Vibe (Remix) ft. Jay-Z
Last week, a short clip of this Kendrick Lamar – “Bitch Don’t Kill My Vibe” remix feat. Jay-Z was played down at SXSW in Austin. Word spread like you wouldn’t believe, with folks blogging and re-blogging it, and hoping and praying for the full, official studio version to drop. I’m here to say: Happy Monday, ninjas. cause here it is.
Not Too Late (Bassnectar & PatrickReza Remix)
Extending their working relationship one step further, Bassnectar collaborates with LA producer PatrickReza for another compulsively seductive remix. The track “Not Too Late” by Tom Swoon and featuring the vocals of Amba Shepherd has fallen victim to the creative ideas of this synergistic partnership. Bringing in an array of revolving wobbles over a landscape of melodic noise, it is really the continued use of Amba’s vocals that make this track stand out.
The song can be purchased on Beatport Today via Ultra Records