Just as Dada Life promised yesterday via Twitter, the first listen of Dillon Francis’ remix of “So Young, So High” was premiered this morning. Dance music’s favorite degenerate chops and screws the vocals and injects some trap into the drop. The preview clocks in at just under 1:20, so we can’t glean too much more from it until the full version is released on January 16th. Fingers crossed a music video is birthed from this collaboration.
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