With nearly three decades of production experience under his belt, Paul Oakenfold can be considered one of the most storied veterans of dance music. However, when Paul began his craft, he never would have imagined a remix as unlikely as his latest. Taking on Bruno Mars, Oakenfold makes the chart-topping “Locked Out Of Heaven” his own. Transforming the airwave-dominating song, he crosses pop with house, supplanting with a rapid-fire acid house line while keeping the commercial chorus in tact. Atlantic Records will release Paul Oakenfold’s remix of Bruno Mars’ “Locked Out Of Heaven” on January 15th.
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