Australian bass maker ZEKE BEATS has consistently turned up the heat with his fiery productions and collaborations alongside Eprom, graves, and Dirty Audio. Continuing to spice things up with his latest remix, ZEKE BEATS has been drafted by Deadbeats to put his spin on Zeds Dead and Delta Heavy‘s “Lift You Up.” Heavy and gritty in all the right ways, ZEKE BEATS bass-trap remix will immediately intoxicate any listener. The full “Lift You Up” remix pack featuring 13, Kaivon, Yvng Jalapeño, and more drops Friday, July 19th. Stream ZEKE BEATS’ bombastic “Lift You Up” remix below.
Zeds Dead X Delta Heavy – Lift You Up (ZEKE BEATS Remix) | Stream
Earlier this week, Justin Bieber tweeted “Remix” and the Internet roared with wild guesses as to which artist and song the pop sensation could be remixing. When news broke that he’d be hopping on Billie Eilish‘s “bad guy,” those roars turned thunderous as the excitement was nearly too much to handle. The pair first met following Billie’s iconic Coachella 2019 performance and it appears as though she’s not the only fan. Today, Justin Bieber has delivered the song of the summer with his remix of Billie Eilish’s “bad guy.”
Bieber and Billie’s voices mesh together perfectly, as their silky, buttery verses slink over the dark, wonky beat. His suave R&B vocal prowess takes the effervescent pop hit to whole new heights. Bieber has been all over the map this year, with releases alongside Ed Sheeran, Gucci Mane, and Chris Brown, but his “bad guy” remix certainly takes the cake. On “bad guy,” Bieber delivers one of his best guest performances since his appearance on Travis Scott’s 2015 hit “Maria I’m Drunk.”
The kicker about this particular track is that it has immense potential to stop history in the making. With Billie’s original currently slotted at #2 on the Billboard Hot 100 charts, Justin Bieber’s remix might be just the thing to push it over the edge and dethrone Lil Nas X and Billy Ray Cyrus’ “Old Town Road.” “OTR” has held the title of #1 song in the country for an almost record-breaking number of weeks, with … Read More
Our 48th edition has landed with new remixes from RL Grime, What So Not, Malaa, QUIX, Party Pupils, and more. Check out our favorite remixes of the week below and follow our Run The Remixes playlist on Spotify.
If you’ve caught RL Grime or G Jones lately, chances are you’ve heard RL Grime’s insane edit of “In Your Head.” Over the past few months, the two artists have been heavily teasing the edit online and at recent shows, creating a massive amount of hype around the release. Today, courtesy of RL Grime’s Sable Valley imprint, we’re finally getting our hands on the full edit and it does not disappoint. Letting his creative power reign free, the trap don pushes G Jones’s unique free-flowing bass masterpiece to the next level for a devastatingly hard edit that goes off live. – Peach Gallagher
What So Not is on absolute fire this year. Just a week and a half following his massive drum & bass track “OOGAHDAM!” with Diablo, What So Not has unleashed a wild remix of the Stranger Thingstheme song. While the Australian producer has been playing this out at his shows for some time now, this is the first time he’s released the track on streaming platforms. Dark and menacing in all the right ways, the remix builds with eerie melodies and sinister … Read More
Taking on remix duties for DJ Snake is no an easy task, especially when remixing one of the summer’s hottest records. Astonishing as always, DJ Snake blew festival season wide open with the release of “ENZO” featuring an all-star cast of Sheck Wes, Offset, 21 Savage, and Gucci Mane. The mega-collab proved worthy as the record immediately charted globally. With that being said, nobody saw Malaa giving us his spin on the single. His rendition delivers a groovy house adaptation that matches the original’s dark ambiance. Locked and loaded for any DJ set, you can expect to hear this remix make its rounds at any festival throughout the year. Stream Malaa’s “Enzo” remix below.
DJ Snake – Enzo (with Sheck Wes, feat. Offset, 21 Savage & Gucci Mane) [Malaa Remix] | Stream
Apparently, NGHTMRE is holding back on delivering fans one of his best remixes to date. According to Alison Wonderland, NGHTMRE has been rinsing out his own version of her “Lost My Mind” collaboration with Dillon Francis at his shows. After seeing her tweet, NGHTMRE responded that he’ll be releasing the remix soon.
What So Not is on absolute fire this year. Just a week and a half following his massive drum & bass track “OOGAHDAM!” with Diablo, What So Not has unleashed a wild remix of the Stranger Things theme song. While the Australian producer has been playing this out at his shows for some time now, this is the first time he’s released the track on streaming platforms. Dark and menacing in all the right ways, the remix builds with eerie melodies and sinister basslines that will give you goosebumps. Stream What So Not’s Stranger Things remix on SoundCloud and YouTube and be sure to snag a free download.
In 2009, The Bloody Beetroots and Steve Aoki dropped the party anthem of the summer. “Warp 1.9” instantly took over the airwaves and was in Serato crates across the globe. Fast forward a whole decade and trap mastermind QUIX is now adding his own mark on the legendary hit. QUIX was spotted uploading a remix titled “warp 1.9 v5” on his Instagram Story, which has given us all the confirmation we need to know that a banger is on its way. Now it’s time to sit and wait while speculations of what’s to come fills our minds. Stay tuned for any updates on this sure-fire remix.
The Internet bubbled and boiled with excitement this week when news broke that RL Grime was finally releasing his edit of G Jones’ “In Your Head.” The edit has made its way through many of RL Grime’s recent sets and fans felt blessed to finally have it reach their headphones. Thankfully, RL Grime is already planning on giving fans a summer full of edits, not only in his live sets, but on streaming platforms. In an Instagram post, RL Grime stated that he’ll be “putting out a few fun edits” that have been making the rounds during his sets at EDC, Bonnaroo, BUKU, and more. Prepare your body for a summer full of RL Grime flips. Until then, stream RL Grime’s new edit of G Jones’ “In Your Head” below.
In addition to announcing part two of his 1993 tour, Manila Killa is also ready to release his official 1993 remix pack. Tapping massive talents like Slow Magic, MYRNE, Covex, Kuur, and Kwon, each has delivered an amazing remix that captures the essence of the originals while adding even more depth to the album. Stream the 1993 remixes below and catch Manila Killa on the second part of his 1993 tour this fall.
If you’ve caught RL Grime or G Jones lately, chances are you’ve heard RL Grime’s insanely wild edit of “In Your Head.” Over the past few months, the two artists have been heavily teasing the edit online and at recent shows, creating a massive amount of hype around the release. Today, courtesy of RL Grime’s imprint Sable Valley, we’re finally getting our hands on the full edit and it does not disappoint. Letting his creative power reign free, the trap don pushes G Jones’s unique free-flowing bass masterpiece to the next level for a devastatingly hard edit that goes off live. Get ready for a colossal eargasm and stream it below.
Blu DeTiger‘s rendition of “Fight or Flight Club” delivers a pleasant facelift we had no idea we needed. Taking on remix duties for Madge, Blu DeTiger’s funky adaptation will have you spinning in circles. Laying down addicting basslines that aim to melt into your heart, you’ll find yourself hitting replay for days to come. Get your day started off the right way with the uplifting energy provided by Blu DeTiger and her contagious style of music.
Madge – Fight or Flight Club (Blu DeTiger Remix) | Stream