We know that it’s out of the ordinary that you’ve seen Pitbull’s name on DA three times this week, but some of our favorite DJs are taking turns twisting his Men In Black III theme song into fun electronic tracks. First R3hab, then Alvaro – now Quintino previews his remix of “Back In Time.” The Jacked family madman produces sounds that are edgier than R3hab’s chainsaw and darker than Afrojack’s bleeps – a quality that has made him such a great late-night performer. Quintino has replicated that sound on his remix of “Back In Time,” so take a listen and get ‘jacked’ with this preview. You will be the first to know if and when Quintino’s remix, along with the others, receive an official release date – in the meantime, head to the comments section and let us know which is your favorite.
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