Earlier this week, dirty south producers Heroes x Villains released their ultra-smooth remix of Major Lazer‘s 2012 rager “Jah No Partial” featuring Flux Pavilion. Still maintaining the original’s sultry vibe and addictive vocal sample, the dynamic duo of Daniel Disaster and Pete Heartless have infused the Mad Decent track with a combination of vicious synths and heavy snare that have given it a complete facelift — transforming the popular single from a mere “dope hit” into a certifiable “trap star.” With its fluid rhythm and undeniable sensuality, we dare you to push play just once and not keep this track on permanent repeat.
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