Over the weekend Annie Mac got the first play of the “Sweet Nothing” remix collaboration between Diplo and Grandtheft. The original track which is taken from Calvin Harris’ forthcoming 18 Months album, reached No. 1 on the singles charts today (Via Belfast Telegraph). The remix of the already powerful tune adds trap chords midway through to give “Sweet Nothing” an entirely new look. Diplo and Grand Theft slow the tune and give it a hip-hop makeover without taking away from Florence Welch’s melodic vocals. A complete 180 from the original cut, this remix gives trap lovers layers of much needed vocals to go with their bass heavy style. Click below to the break to hear the “Sweet Nothing” remix, which will be officially released in the next few weeks
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