Cam’Geez delivers an in-studio performance of his remix of Nipsey Hussle‘s “Summer Time In That Cutlass.” The remix comes after the summer release of Allure Music & Memoirs 2, his collaboration project with rhyming partner Leo. Currently, their working on the follow-up as well as his own solo mixtape, Game Players To Game Changers.
Watch”Summer Time In That Cutlass (Remix)” below download the track, here.
Lil Durk‘s anthem “Dis Ain’t What You Want” gets a major remix treatment. The Chicago rapper is joined by French Montana, Rick Ross and Meek Mill on the track, bringing the Coke Boy-Maybach Music Group imprints together. Most likely this will appear on his upcoming Fuckery mixtape, due out January 5th. While you wait, download the hard-hitting Signed To The Streets, where the original version of this can be found.
Suicideyear, most known for his work with Yung Lean, releases a remix of Future’s “Honest.” On this rework, which he says is incomplete due to the Fruityloops file getting corrupted, he slows the tempo down, adds bright synths, a catchy flute melody and steady drums. The result is a successful remix that will make you hit the play button a few times.
Electric Bodega is back with another remix. This time, they take onDrake‘s “Worst Behavior.” On this new track, the duo speed the tempo up and incorporate additional vocals from Ma$e, which blend in nicely with the booming 808s.
Skimming through Soundcloud, I came across Atlanta, Georgia’s Xed. The DJ/producer/rapper recently dropped a remix of Wulves‘ “Wavves.” He takes the mellow track and up the tempo a bit, adding a chilled dance element to it. This will be available as a download on his forthcoming EP, due out October 1st.
Take a listen to the remix below and check out more of his work, here.