North American sun-stepper Viceroy has long been summer proofing the unthinkable and perfecting the art of unofficial remixes for a few years now. Back off the heels of Ginuwine’s “Pony,” our man is found remodeling the supple pop stylings of Maroon 5 with little apprehension in inaugurating them to his sun kissed studio demeanor. Big on the melodic leads and rife with uplifting beats, his take on “Love Somebody” epitomizes the flamboyant electro hallmarks that this vintage tunesmith has consistently cast across the global circuit. For those looking for a summer anthem that doesn’t take itself too seriously, this quality summer re-rub separates the boys from the men on the merits of upfront quality and a contagious energy you just cant fake. Hit more to hear the track and grab a free copy.
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