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Jessie Ware releases ‘No To Love’ remixes EP

South London songstress Jessie Ware is back again with another set of revamped remixes. This time she is out with a short compilation featuring reworks of her “No To Love” by the likes of Todd Edwards, George FitzGerald, and Ewan Pearson. The original track which appeared on her debut album Devotion is a quiet echoing tune with a vocal sample from Dave Okumu.

Each of the reworks add texture and precision making for fluid outputs better than the original. The first two cuts from UK-natives George FitzGerald and Ewan Pearson respectively, keep the vibes of the original. FitzGerald who typically produces tracks under his own imprint ManMakeMusic revives “No to Love” with relaxed chimes and teetering hihats. Pearson who has been producing records since the late ’90s adds fluttering house synths, making the first two plays melodic house reworks. While Todd Edwards, the only American on the roster, picks up the tempo and adds piano chords to form a slightly more dance-worthy production. Ware gave the No To Love Remixes EP away as a free stream via her Soundcloud, click below the break to listen.

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