After declaring Dada Land a soverign nation with international fan-led rallies, Dada Life is offering another remix from The Rules of Dada. Following Dillon Francis and his chart-topping rendition, Tiësto follows with his take of “So Young So High,” taking the track from fun-loving to big room-shaking. Opting for a percussive oomph, Tijs steers away from his recent melodic trend that has been heard on many of his recent remixes.
If today’s news is any indication, Tiësto is grabbing March by the horns. In addition to the announcements that he will be headlining KANROCKSAS festival and joining Calvin Harris as one of Hakkasan Las Vegas’ resident DJs, he’s also unveiled the preview for his remix of “So Young, So High.” The short but sweet preview doesn’t reveal much other than a synth-laden, festival-ready drop but, just like his remix of “Clarity,” Tiësto injects the original with his now-signature heavy dose of electro.
Dada Life has called upon another one of dance music’s most prolific characters to remix “So Young So High,” their bubbly production off The Rules of Dada. Dillon Francis takes his turn at the track, chopping up the electro crashes and high-pitched vocals while spinning the climaxes with his own trap elements. Francis leaves his mark on “So Young So High” without restraining Dada’s energy, simply turning up the dial on the chaos notch.
Just as Dada Life promised yesterday via Twitter, the first listen of Dillon Francis’ remix of “So Young, So High” was premiered this morning. Dance music’s favorite degenerate chops and screws the vocals and injects some trap into the drop. The preview clocks in at just under 1:20, so we can’t glean too much more from it until the full version is released on January 16th. Fingers crossed a music video is birthed from this collaboration.