After Zedd teased the remix on Instagram, Magic! has gone ahead and dropped a full-length version.
Her Hardcore Mixtape is out Sept. 11.
After wowing the world with his take on Lorde’s “Tennis Court,” Flume turns his attention to a dance jam from everyone’s favorite Canadian super-group.
The remix turns up the BPMs for maximum dance floor impact, and heightens the tension with massive trap breakdowns sure to ignite the energy of any party crowd.
MK employs a bouncing bass line and jumpy synth stabs, pausing at the chorus to strip away the beat and allow Del Rey’s voice and twangy guitars take center stage.
Jerrod Niemann topped the charts last month with “Drink to That All Night.” Now the song has been remixed by Pitbull. “He brought it to another level,” said Niemann.
Le Grand is respectful of the original version’s arrangement with his remix, adding big room beats and high-pitched synthesizers to the track, emphasizing the strings and disco elements of the tune.
This latest version of the track follows a dancehall remix and another take that boasts verses from French Montana, Juicy J and 2 Chainz.
“Thank you so much for the support and love you show me day in and day out,” Francis wrote on his Soundcloud page with the free download.
The music video for the song premieres April 18.
James is the world’s best basketball player – how does he fare in the recording studio? The jury’s still out.
Afrojack is pumping up the beat on his remix of Thirty Seconds To Mars’ single “Do or Die” off the band’s latest album LOVE LUST FAITH + DREAMS.
Watch out for this remix of Beyoncé and Jay Z’s unstoppable “Drunk In Love” which Kanye just leaked last night.
Rick Ross’ new album Mastermind is due out March 4 and as a sort of promo for the album, he just dropped a video for his remix/freestyle of Kanye West’s “Bound 2″ from his 2013 album, ‘Yeezus.’
With his remix of Beyoncé’s “Drunk In Love,” James Blake nearly removes any trace of Queen Bey from the track. A bold move to say the least.
The original version of “You Make Me” can be found on Avicii’s debut album, ‘True,’ which also boasts hit singles “Hey Brother” and the Aloe Blacc/Mike Einziger-assisted breakout smash, “Wake Me Up.”