Remixing a radio hit is no easy task, but up-and-comer Hibell has proven time and time again he’s up for the task. Fresh off of his remix of The Weeknd‘s “Starboy,” he’s decided to put a refreshing touch on Kiiara‘s hit single, “Gold.”
“Gold is one of those spectacularly unique records. Hence why remixing this track suddenly poses much more of a challenge! After bouncing around tons of different versions, I decided to take a more dynamic approach to the remix, giving it a more aggressive drum track and adding more depth to the melodic content of the song.” – Hibell
Callie Reiff & Dapp Join Forces For “Wobble” Via Fool’s Gold Records
The tri-state area’s quickest budding stars sixteen-year-old Callie Reiff and Dapp have joined forces for a tune that is simply in a league of its own. While “Wobble” is unlike anything you’ve ever heard before, it has the A-Trak‘s stamp of approval and that’s saying something.
Callie Reiff & Dapp’s “Wobble” is a barrage of bass fusing the world of hard-hitting house and trap that is sure to make the crowd wobble, bounce or whatever the kids are doing these days. This song SLAPS in every sense of the word. Check out the full stream of “Wobble” below and be sure to keep a close eye on these two, they’re just getting started.
The ingenious individual behind “Five Hours” has collaborated with the virtuoso that brought “Suavemente” and “Tu Sonrisa” to every Latin club and household throughout the world. A connoisseur of knowing how to satisfactorily blend divergent genres with his electronic touch, Deorro has brought in Elvis Crespo to provide us with “Bailar”.
The song starts off slowly, common throughout Crespo’s music, but the song picks up shortly after as the trumpets start playing and Elvis orders us all to start moving. “Yo se que te va a gustar” directly translates to “I know you’re going to like it”, so hearing these lyrics at the commencement of the track properly reads your mind before the entire tune is even over. Once the beat drops, the sexy saxophone riff will have you shuffling endlessly.
Crespo’s vivacious voice and Merengue background meshes perfectly with Deorro’s specific style of production. Each artist being of Latin origin provides a natural connection that is easily sensed throughout this number, too. As all artists continue broadening their horizons, the multitude of genres that will one day be intertwined with electronic music is fortunately endless.