Deep house is on the rise and even a label that shows a clear appreciation for high-energy electro such as Dim Mak Records wants to give us a taste. A couple relative newcomers on the US west coast electronic music circuit, Boots N’ Pants have expressed their prowess dabbling in the deep end with their remix of Borgore’s “Wild Out” featuring Waka Flocka Flame and Paige. The LA duo strip out the hip-hop components and festival-electro drop for a classic 4/4 beat with shuffling high-hats and rhythmic tom embellishments. Paige’s sensual voice compliments the verse’s ominous vibe with a couple of Waka’s lines sampled and looped, just until the deep pulsating bass lead hits your eardrum. This seems to be the first of a batch of remixes set to be released on January 28th.
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