Hello. Monday. Remixes.
:26 marks the sweet spot when Baauer’s genius is once again realized. In his first release of 2017, the Brooklyn-based producer takes "Too Many Years" by Kodak Black track and transforms it into too many UK garage vibes that one fan can handle. And I’m told rapper PnB Rock hails from Pastorius and Baynton Streets in Philly, and that’s where he found the “P” and “B” in his name, but I’m going to pretend PnB stands for peanut butter because, let’s be honest, his vocal delivery is guaranteed to leave his competitors jelly.
New Branchez, branching out to GTA, What So Not and singer Tunji Ige and wrapping those luxuriant limbs so comfortable around them. Good thing, too, because the seismic waves of this remix of "Feel It" are causing significant shaking countless kilometers away.
Speaking of What So Not, If ever there were a track low on vocals but almost exhausting with how much it has to say, it would be Slow Hours’s remix of “Lone” by What So Not & Ganz. Really, don’t even try to get a word in edgewise, because this is more of a lesson than it is a discussion.