Robin Thicke reentered pop-music alongside Pharrell and T.I. with his unavoidable hit, “Blurred Lines.” Reaching the top of the charts in the US and nearly 15 other countries worldwide, Thicke’s lead single has been destined for a remix package. Bringing “Blurred Lines” into the dance sphere comes Will Sparks, the Australian producer amidst his breakout year with a handful of originals and reworks for the like of Laidback Luke and Hardwell under his belt. Shapeshifting the R&B-hip-hop fusion, Sparks injects a bouncy rhythm following the chorus, ditching the original production wholeheartedly for his signature contagion.
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