Australian export Kreap takes his shot at St. Lucia’s “Elevate” with impressive results. Dubbing the touch-up his “Throwback Vocal Remix,” Kreap’s mix pairs subtle percussion and bubbly bass lines to build a funky foundation for St. Lucia’s top line. The mix bursts at the seams with summertime vibes courtesy of lead singer Jean-Philip Grobler’s cheeky vocals and Kreap’s bubble gum indie dance backdrop. There isn’t much left to do but dance to this one.
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