Premiere: Corporate Slackrs Release Latest Heater, “Unexpected”

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If you’re like me, then you like bass music! It’s really that simple.

Corporate Slackrs just put out their new tune “Unexpected” and it aims to truly live up to its title. With a whimsical and warped intro that almost sounds like it could lead into a serene melodic drop, we hear a voice that tells us to “Expect the unexpected!”

We’re immediately hit in the face with a trap rhythm and some heavy wubs and horns to really complete the effect. It’s that kind of switch up from intro the drop that I love to hear; it really keeps me on my toes as a listener.

Check out “Unexpected” below!

 

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Kygo Uploads Surprise Remix Of The Weeknd & Daft Punk’s “Starboy”

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We haven’t gotten new music from Kygo since his debut album in May, but now out of absolutely nowhere he has uploaded a new remix of The Weeknd & Daft Punk’s “Starboy.”

Playing off of Daft Punk’s production, Kygo blends his own typically mellow and melodic sounds with the originally metallic and hip hop beats for an absolute unique result. A little bit of both worlds rather than anything definitively one way or another, Kygo has actually managed to outdo himself with this remix.

Check it out below.

This is Kygo’s first remix since he put out his “Dirty Paws” remix of Of Monsters And Men over a year ago.

 

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Five Unexpected Songs That Were Produced By Calvin Harris

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In anticipation of even more Calvin Harris singles coming our way, Billboard did some digging and found five of the most unexpected songs that the Scottish producer/DJ created for other artists. Modern classics by some of pop’s biggest names, such as Chris Brown and Rihanna, and well-known hits from the likes of Kylie Minogue and Cheryl are all included on the list, adding even more weight to Harris’ already impressive roster of work.

  1. First up is “In My Arms” by Kylie Minogue, produced in 2007 and acclaimed as one of the Australian vocalist’s best tracks.

2. Next is “Yeah x3” by Chris Brown, one of 2011’s most recognizable pop hits. Although the track wasn’t orginally created by Harris, he was later given credit after it was found out how similar the track sounded to Calvin’s own “I’m Not Alone.”

3. Third on the list is Rihanna’s “Where Have You Been,” a song that continues to get stuck in my head even five years after its release. This song came as an early precursor to the highly esteemed collaboration between the two, “This Is What You Came For,” which was certified platinum earlier this year.

4. Next up is Cheryl’s “Call My Name,” off her third studio album in 2012. The track saw immense success in Europe, reaching the top of the charts in Ireland, Scotland and the UK.

5. Last, we have “I Will Never Let You Down” by Rita Ora. During her relationship with Harris, when he supposedly produced an entire album for her, the single was released by itself. After they broke up, the rest of the album was shut away before the public could get their hands on it.

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Source: Billboard

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