In one of the coolest conspirations of late, glitch-hop/dubstep artist Griz has remixed LA R&B/dubstep producer Kill Paris’s forthcoming track, “Slap Me.” Kill Paris is set to release his debut EP, To a New Earth, on February 26th via OWSLA. The three track EP will feature originals “To a New Earth,” “Slap Me,” and “Catch You,” as well as remixes from Griz, Gramatik, Candyland and more. Ahead of the release, Griz’s remix of “Slap Me” has been aired as a free download. With its funky bassline, retro synths, and high-frequency drop, the combination between Kill Paris and Griz’s styles is a seamless, delightful blend.
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