While Kanye West’s take on this super-couple collaboration hit the web leaving little to the imagination, Diplo simultaneously drops a remix of “Drunk In Love” in his own taste. Knocking off rap verses and leaving the vocals solely up to Beyoncé, Diplo’s rendition of the surging single tangles its imagery with trap — from kicks through its spine. So while Kanye West, again, disrupts the internet with implicative Kardashian sex tales, Diplo offers the soundtrack for such twisted pleasures. In vein of his recent work around Avicii’s “You Make Me” and production across the board of genres, the only facet of this remix that’s not spontaneous is Diplo’s loud knock on pop culture’s door.
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