Following up on the free release of his remix of “Dirty Bass,” James Egbert has once again opted to release his newest remix for free. Taking on “Renegade,” by popular EDM vocalist Eva Simons, Egbert transforms the catchy original into a colossal dubstep tune. While the original boasted overt dub-inspired elements, Egbert’s rendition is entirely more satisfying — leveraging mountainous bass and effective vocal arrangements. After impressing us with his electro house productions, the Colorado producer shows his versatility by releasing this potent dubstep remix. Head over to James Egbert’s Facebook for the free download.
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