When Norweigan songstress Annie released her second album Don’t Stop in 2009, a flurry of reputable dance producers rolled up their sleeves to rework the indie dance princess’s lusty vocal tracks. Today for our Weekend Rewind, we revisit New York-based Designer Drugs‘ take on the original. DD takes the heavy 80s synth influence and summery vibes of the original and meld it into a harder-hitting dance track with a noticeable stuttering bassline. Stream and download the track below.
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