“Adorn” was my absolute favorite song of the summer and although I’ve listened to it thousands of times since I first heard it in April, I still haven’t gotten sick of it. With some funky additions Sammy Bananas was able to transform the R&B tune into a sultry, tropical, electronic-esque track. His remix isn’t an obvious match for an EDM performance, but I’d love to see an artist like Diplo or A-Trak find a way to creatively fit it into a set. Either way, Banana’s bootleg ensures that I won’t grow tired of “Adorn” for at least another five months, and for this I am very, very, very grateful.
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