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El Profesor feat. Laura White – Ce Soir? (HUGEL Remix) (Official Video HD)

After having conquered the classic Viral on Spotify worldwide with the summer hit “Bella Ciao (Remix)”, HUGEL presents another remix of one of El Profesor’s most important productions. The French DJ and Producer has reached the Billboard charts and his last remix follows the precedents for Tiesto, Post Malone, Preme, Dzeko and others.

“Ce Soir?” Is based on Lady Marmalade, a song originally written in the 70s that has been the subject of numerous successful international releases, with a talent for turning classics into lethal weapons for the world of clubs and festival, HUGEL has this goal also with “Ce Soir?”.

Starting from the beautiful voice of Laura White With a vibrant, the remix develops with a fast clap before leaving room for the bass line of the style of HUGEL. The new production arrives at the height of a summer full of events for the “viral” artist. 2018 was an exceptional year for HUGEL, with “Bella Ciao” which has accumulated over 100 million streaming plays and the summit on iTunes in Germany and Belgium among the many countries in the world that have danced with this remix. This article originally appeared in EarOne.

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Nina Nesbitt – Somebody Special (R3HAB Remix)

Nina Nesbitt has officially reclaimed her voice. This past week, the Scottish star gave us “Somebody Special,” a snappy electropop ditty with well-crafted, introspective lyrics. “Somebody Special” joins Nesbitt’s lotus-flower string of singles: The rhythmic and reflective “The Moments I’m Missing” and the fluorescent ballad “The Best You Had.” With all of these releases, we see Nesbitt focus on herself; she looks inward to gain perspectives and impressions of the outward. The stories connect like points of a constellation while still shining radiantly as their own stars. During the year that the world felt lost, Nina Nesbitt found herself.  This article originally appeared in Atwood Magazine

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INNA – Me Gusta (Dj Polique Remix)

After dropping her new single “Me Gusta” earlier February, INNA has now released three remix version of the single “Me Gusta”. This time we bring to you the Dj Polique Remix Version of The Single “Me Gusta”

Music video by INNA performing the Dj Polique Remix of the single “Me Gusta”. (C) & (P) 2018 Global Records

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Steve Aoki x Lauren Jauregui – All Night (Alan Walker Remix)

Steve Aoki‘s “All Night” with Fifth Harmony‘s Lauren Jauregui has all the things a dance-pop hit needs; a funky groove, a pulsing beat, and a youthful hook. It peaked at No. 9 on the Hot Dance/Electronic Songs chart back in December, but today,  gets even longer legs thanks to a triple-threat remix package on Ultra Records.

The first tune comes from Alan Walker, who lends the tracks his signature bouncy synth sound. A loud bass kick pushes the remix forward and gets your body bumping. Steve Aoki takes his own crack at reinterpretation, building its shimmer into a veritable glow before dropping it low into growling bass jerks. There’s even a taste of moombahton in this heater.

Suffice to say, Aoki saw a lot more room in “All Night” for creative play. The package closes with dancehall riddims and air-horn realness from Swedish producer Garmiani. It’s three distinct flavors from three strong personalities. This article originally appeared in Billboard.

Sigrid – Strangers (Jonas Blue Remix)

Norwegian pop singer/songwriter Sigrid followed her elder siblings into the music business, signing a major-label deal with Island at just 20 years of age. Born Sigrid Solbakk Raabe on September 5, 1996 into a music-loving family and brought up in the sunny seaport of Ålesund in western Norway, about 300 miles from Oslo, she was the youngest of three siblings, each of whom had their own musical career. Her sister Johanne was a classically trained singer who had studied in Italy and Spain, while her brother Tellef had tasted indie success at home with his own band. Growing up influenced by classic artists like Joni Mitchell, Chet Baker, and Neil Young, she was taught to play the piano at an early age by her grandmother and guitar by her brother, and for ten years was a dancer, studying several different styles.

After a stint in her brother’s band, Sigrid turned her hand to songwriting and launched her solo career in October 2013 at the tender age of 16 with the single “Sun,” which saw her featured on NRK’s (Norwegian state television) hip tastemaker show Urørt (Untouched). Two further singles, “Two Fish” and “Known You Forever,” alongside spellbinding performances at several major European music festivals, sealed her reputation as a superbly talented songwriter and performer. With her rich, powerful, versatile voice and elfin good looks, she seemed ready-made for pop superstardom, and the ensuing bidding war finally saw her signed to Island. She delivered on the promise with her epic, anthemic debut single for the label, “Don’t Kill My Vibe,” released in February 2017. Co-written and produced by Martin Sjølie (Ella Henderson, Sam Smith), it was unveiled with much fanfare on BBC Radio 1, becoming their “Hottest Record in the World,” and immediately racked up millions of plays on streaming services. The equally successful single “Strangers” followed that November. ~ John D. Buchanan

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Music video by Sigrid performing Strangers. (C) 2018 Universal Music Operations Limited

Taylor Swift – …Ready For It? (BloodPop® Remix)(Lyric Video)

Last week, BloodPop released a bouncy remix of Taylor Swift‘s “…Ready for It?,” and now there’s a hypnotic lyric video to go along with it.

The video features a mix of footage from Taylor’s official “…Ready for It?” music video and some colorful, kaleidoscope-inspired visuals. Of course, we can’t forget robot Taylor and her horse, who also make a brief appearance in the video. Review Foun On Billboard

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Sigrid – Strangers (Franky Rizardo & TIEKS Remixes)

Sigrid – Strangers (Franky Rizardo Remix)

Norwegian pop singer/songwriter Sigrid followed her elder siblings into the music business, signing a major-label deal with Island at just 20 years of age. Born Sigrid Solbakk Raabe on September 5, 1996 into a music-loving family and brought up in the sunny seaport of Ålesund in western Norway, about 300 miles from Oslo, she was the youngest of three siblings, each of whom had their own musical career. Her sister Johanne was a classically trained singer who had studied in Italy and Spain, while her brother Tellef had tasted indie success at home with his own band. Growing up influenced by classic artists like Joni Mitchell, Chet Baker, and Neil Young, she was taught to play the piano at an early age by her grandmother and guitar by her brother, and for ten years was a dancer, studying several different styles.

After a stint in her brother’s band, Sigrid turned her hand to songwriting and launched her solo career in October 2013 at the tender age of 16 with the single “Sun,” which saw her featured on NRK’s (Norwegian state television) hip tastemaker show Urørt (Untouched). Two further singles, “Two Fish” and “Known You Forever,” alongside spellbinding performances at several major European music festivals, sealed her reputation as a superbly talented songwriter and performer. With her rich, powerful, versatile voice and elfin good looks, she seemed ready-made for pop superstardom, and the ensuing bidding war finally saw her signed to Island. She delivered on the promise with her epic, anthemic debut single for the label, “Don’t Kill My Vibe,” released in February 2017. Co-written and produced by Martin Sjølie (Ella Henderson, Sam Smith), it was unveiled with much fanfare on BBC Radio 1, becoming their “Hottest Record in the World,” and immediately racked up millions of plays on streaming services. The equally successful single “Strangers” followed that November. ~ John D. Buchanan

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Music video by Sigrid performing Strangers. (C) 2017 Universal Music Operations Limited

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