Diplo and Datsik teamed up to bring you this genre-defying club banger back in August and here is the remix package. The original can’t be classified in a single genre since it spans dubstep, fidget, and electro house. The progressive synths and Kay’s soft vocals add a whole different element to the mix as well. If you appreciated the original, check out these remixes from Figure, Detroit Muscle, Swizzymack, and DalePlay. Each remix offers a unique take on the song, but we’ve gotta say Figure’s is our favorite. Which one’s yours?
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