Here’s your chance to remix RL Grime and Daya’s smash hit ‘I Wanna Know’

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RL Grime‘s impending sophomore album, Novahas had fans anxiously on the edge of their seats, awaiting the follow-up to his critically acclaimed 2014 debut LP, Void. An exceedingly promising glimpse from Nova finds Henry Steinway connecting with heavyweight pop vocalist Daya on “I Wanna Know,” landing unequivocally as RL’s most commercially successful offering to date. Marking the WeDidIt producer’s first top 10 US dance record with over 14 million plays to date, as well as grabbing the top slot on iTunes Electronic charts in the US, Australia, and New Zealand, “I Wanna Know” has been one of the most in-demand tunes of the year — and now the remixing effort is officially in fans’ hands.

Dancing Astronaut, in conjunction with WAVO.me and RL Grime, are lighting the beacon for producers to try their hands at remixing “I Wanna Know,” offering the chance to lay down an inventive new take on RL’s sweeping summer hit. The remix competition will run through July 9, and the winning remix will receive a worldwide premiere on Dancing Astronaut. The grand prize also includes a lifetime WAVO Pro membership and an exclusive Nova merch capsule.

Download “I Wanna Know” stems and submit completed remixes here. 

 

RL Grime’s new video for ‘I Wanna Know’ celebrates female empowerment

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RL Grime links up with Daya for new single, ‘I Wanna Know,’ from upcoming sophomore album

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RL Grime isn’t a one-trick pony. He’s the undisputed king of trap music, and while the genre has changed considerably since Henry Steinway’s second moniker emerged — RL’s creative output has impressively adapted accordingly. Now he’s preparing to deliver his sophomore studio album, and address the differences between the state of trap music at the time of Void versus where it’s going in the era of Nova. Bridging that gap on his latest, RL has linked with Daya on “I Wanna Know,” dropping off a melodic piece of future bass that’s primed for heavy rotations into the summer months.

Daya, whose breakout came on The Chainsmokers‘ “Don’t Let Me Down,” delivers another anthemic performance, this time complementing one of the most sonically diverse RL Grime compositions in recent memory. It has been almost a year since RL Grime first began teasing his new Nova concept. Now, as it continues to materialize, “I Wanna Know” suggests we’ll find a lot more than just standard trap music when the LP finally drops.

The Chainsmokers release new single ‘Setting Fires’ alongside ‘Collage’ EP

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Fresh off the news that their multi-platinum single “Closer” is officially the biggest hit of 2016 — with over 5 million copies sold worldwide and 11 consecutive weeks atop the Billboard Hot 100 chart — The Chainsmokers aren’t slowing down anytime soon.

The EDM-pop superstars debuted their new five-track Collage EP today with a mix of some of their biggest singles including “Closer” and the Daya-assisted “Don’t Let Me Down” as well as the previously released “All We Know” featuring Phoebe Ryan.

The project’s lead track is the dance duo’s next single “Setting Fires” alongside brother-sister indie pop band XYLO which doesn’t stray too far from their pop crossover hit-making formula of past monster releases. If it ain’t broken, don’t fix it, right?

Listen to The Chainsmokers’ new single “Setting Fires” below:

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