Posted by Mach on January 18, 2013
The last of three new Biggie remixes from Yinyues, one of his best for sure. Third time I will say this, I really love the piano blended with the Hip-Hop. It just works too well. I would consider myself a big fan of Mr. B.I.G. but I was never a fan of “Back To Cali.” After listening to this remix I can say that it definitely had to do with the original instrumentals because this is awesome. If you hadn’t the chance to check out Yinyues’ other remixes of one of Hip-Hop’s legends, I have provided them below this new remix.
Free Download: The Notorious BIG – Back to Cali (Yinyues Remix)
Free Download: The Notorious BIG – Juicy (Yinyues Remix)
Free Download: The Notorious BIG – Think Big (Yinyues Remix)
Posted by jewcebox on October 9, 2011
Not a big fan of this one…Gym Class Heroes’s tracks usually feature a fun/poppy sound to them with guaranteed sing along choruses. This one takes a little heavier/darker approach that really isn’t cutting it for me. Thoughts?
DOWNLOAD: Gym Class Heroes – Martyrial Girl$
Posted by jewcebox on October 3, 2011
DOWNLOAD: Burns – Iced Out (Calvin Harris Remix)
DOWNLOAD: Calvin Harris ft Rihanna – We Found Love
Posted by jewcebox on September 25, 2011
Huge electro/moobahton remix from the all star of it all himself, Dillion Francis. Still not sure how I feel about the whole moobahton movement but Dillion Francis is definitely making a name for himself with these big synth tracks.
DOWNLOAD: Dillion Francis – Hit Me Like A Rock
Posted by jewcebox on September 13, 2011
Unfortunately Middy, being the animal of a blogger he is, already posted two of the remixes to this bad boy before it was even released. But nonetheless, here’s the original version which features a unique style of a lighter electro track and of course the female vocals from the hotties of Nervo. I’m assuming this track was inspired and created via Identity Festival seeing as all three of these powerhouse artists were on several line ups together. Regardless, the original is better than the remixes…not sure if Middy agrees, I guess we’ll see?
Posted by Mach on September 11, 2011
My honest opinion, this track needed to be remixed. Although good, it felt like the vocals didn’t match very well with the beat at hand. Benny Benassi’s remix is better, but Skream coming in with an awesome dubstep remix made it worth while. Benny gives us a nice electro/house remix making the vocals clash a lot less. My final statement, these vocals were meant to be with dubstep, Skream is animal.
Previously Posted: Laidback Luke Vs. Example – Natural Disaster (Skream Remix)