No matter how cold it gets outside, Major Lazer, with their reggae-infused remixes, always manage to transport us back to the warmth of summer. On their latest remix, doo-wop crooner, Bruno Mars receives the Major Lazer treatment on his radio-friendly hit “Locked Out of Heaven.” Bruno’s silky smooth vocals are complimented by Major Lazer‘s trademark Caribbean vibe, framed by steel drums, horn sections, and a feel good, carefree aesthetic. The simple synthwork and a delicate stutter transform the original into a charming summer jam without too drastically transforming Bruno’s modern-day classic.
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