Dope, and true! Kids do do whatever they want.
“Mikky Ekko is an absurdly talented writer and vocalist so when we had the chance to work on a track of his we were delighted. He brings this perfect blend of pop/mainstream sensibility and indie but strikes a great balance with his really unique voice and styling which is something we care a lot about… When we started producing the song we gravitated towards the more progressive sound, flush with big synths but wanted to pair it with a sweeping horn over the drop to give it this really grand almost orchestra feeling that gave it a unique feeling, almost cinematic in nature…. which allowed us to cater to the high energy of house but maintain a unique undertone which we put a lot of importance on with our productions.”
This is a very ill remix. Click HERE to hear the original and compare. Which do you like better?
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The dictionary defines “stubborn” as being “fixed or set in purpose or opinion; resolute.”
That defines Logan in this song perfectly, he’s “stubborn” in his belief of himself, he’s set in his purpose of making music thats true to his heart…no matter what anyone has to say about it. Here he remixes The Postal Service’s hit “Such Great Heights” to illustrate this belief.
This is really AMAZING!
My buddy Jhameel put out a new single…his vocals had such a Michael Jackson vibe that a retro style remix was inevitable! Hope you enjoy!
Nas responds to J. Cole’s “Let Nas Down”. This is real dope that he even decided to respond.
Solidisco is back with another free download, this time cleaning the dust off of the classic S.O.S. Band’s jam “Take Your Time” and remixing it with that summertime flavor. Great for outside relaxing in the day time, and even better for partying at night.
The H-Town remix is here…
The line up alone had me wondering what this would sound like…not disappointed at all…dope!
Massachusetts producer CHEATCODE gives Nas’ classic “Street Dreams,” taken from his sophomore album It Was Written,’ a rather imaginative mashup of the time-honored single. By combining elements of both Aerosmith’s 1973 single “Dream On” and Ol’ Blue Eye’s vintage ballad “Young at Heart,” over CHEATCODE’s crushing percussion, trembling bassline and crunchy synths, the Commonwealth producer skillfully blends over five decades of music history into one seamless remix. Conceptually, the remix reveals the juxtaposing vantage points of a young Nas revisiting his childhood dreams of being rich, while a seasoned Frank Sinatra dreams of buying back his youth.
He did an amazing job on this…
Feature Cuts welcomes 2013 in a big way with his first release of the year, a hard-hitting and uptempo Dubstep remix of Drake’s “Started From The Bottom”. On it, he transforms the street single into a more club friendly tune with heavy bass and a ton of energy. Along with the remix, we also have a music video to go with it that is comprised of a remixed version of the original music video.
Juicy J and Pusha T made me like this.