The Princes of new-wave house step it up again with a bouncy remix of the Blackstreet classic ‘No Diggity’. Complete with their signature funky beat and a Justin Timberlake sample at the end, what’s not to love? Check it out below.
Named by Resident Advisor as ‘the Producer’s Producer’, Duke Dumont has teamed up with 21 year old pop starlet A*M*E for this latest smash. Set for this week’s UK Number 1, the chorus of this will stick in your head for weeks, and we’re not sorry.
Check the accompanied music video where a guy has a mixer stuck in his stomach playing the track on repeat, bearing the burden of strangers pop-locking around him everywhere he goes.
Alesso remix here.
Here’s a slamming version of Devolution’s recent single ‘Good Love’ live on BBC Radio 1’s Mistajam show at the famous Maida Vale stuidios in London.
Many talk about what Dubstep actually is these days. It has certainly come a long way from it’s roots in grimy South London raves. In some ways it has become the new pop beat du jour, just as drum and bass did for a time in the 2000s. Pop? Dubstep? Who cares… this track rules and this version is great. It’s certainly better than the insanely cheesy eurodance official video for the track.
Here’s a great video from the Red Bull Music Academy Hashtags project on the subject of dubstep/post-dubstep/whatever.