For those of us growing up in the late '90s and early '00s, pop punk will always hold a special place in our hearts. It's what helped us get through and most likely fueled our angsty teenage years, so we've put together a nostalgic playlist filled with remixes of some of our favorite songs from the good old days. Featuring groundbreaking rock bands like My Chemical Romance , Blink , Green Day and Sum 41 , our playlist offers a variety of subgenre remixes that you'll either love or hate.
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From his early mixtape days to last year's If You're Reading This It's Too Late , these reworks span his entire discography, and feature some of our favourite DJs and producers from around the world. Their interpretations range from Caribbean dembow to footwork to nu-disco and showcase Aubrey Graham's versatility as a performer. Paris-born, Toronto-based producer Stwo does the impossible and manages to make Big Sean's cringe-worthy closing guest verse listenable by adding a melodic backdrop on this Christmas present to his fans. No wonder Drake's right hand man and fellow Canadian Noah "40" Shebib signed him to his publishing company.
EDM Remix of popular songs’s tracks
There is an overwhelming amount of music out right now. We are out here listening to as much new music as humanly possible. And that means taking deep dives into SoundCloud. This month, we have great SoundCloud finds from a wide spectrum of artists. Lost a fade to a sucker and tried to kill him for it. And yet, 1TakeJay , a young talented rapper from Compton, found a way to make a lighthearted slapper. Kay took a smooth jazz classic and flipped it into something you can dance to. Props, bro. The tagging on this is all fucked up. Kur is great because he raps how you think a Philly rapper should rap relentlessly.
This thing will get you set up with making remixes in no time. Making a remix or bootleg is always different from making an original. Sometimes it can be easier because the ideas already exist, and other times it can be more difficult. Read on to learn how to remix a song. Pick a song that you think would benefit from a remix. Note: this also applies when being asked to do remixes. After choosing a song to remix, take a good listen to the original and write down any ideas that come to mind.