Tag: Remix

Troy Fernandes – “Darling” Bushwick Dub Remix

Canadian vocalist, musician, and songwriter Troy Fernandes releases a captivating new remix for his feel-good single “Darling” titled Bushwick Dub Remix. This time, After-Touch and Jay Prouty come through with a complete rework to the Pop single’s remix. After playing in a variety of bands, his departure to follow his solo career led to the launch of many breathtaking releases […]

Troy Fernandes Set To Release “Darling” (Remix) This August

Troy Fernandes is a vocalist, musician, and songwriter based in Canada who’s always used music as a tool of expression. Getting a head start with the band he co-founded, the underground collective Made by Monkeys, the group toured the US and Canada getting a feel of what it’s like to be touring musicians. This inspired Fernandes to take his […]

INTRODUCING: Ike Jackson – “Get Outta My Face” (Remix) ft. Jah General, Jah P. Tosh, Nessa Black

Executive producer Ike Jackson has one agenda in mind as he cruises through “Get Outta My Face” (Remix), which will be featured in the soundtrack to the independent hip hop assassin movie RE-UP. The new single shines with the help of Jah General, Jah P. Tosh, and Nessa Black, who each deliver an unforgettable performance against the […]

INTRODUCING: The Atif – “H.M.U Catfool”(Dubstep Remix)

Dubstep lovers, discover your newest favorite artist, The Atif, and his latest remix “H.M.U Catfool!” With a fast-paced, fist bumping beat, The Atif gets the crowd jumping as each beat drops and slowly descends into a catchy remix. If you haven’t heard of him yet, this song will get you ready to add him to all your […]

Frado180 – “Aguanile” Remix

New Yorker and Hip-Hop producer, Frado180, has released an exciting remix of the iconic Hector Lavoe and Willie Colon single “Aguanile” that was first released in 1978. The song has been the highlight of the Salsa world since its creation with Marc Anthony also making it his own in 2007. With all the remixes available for “Aguanile,” Frado180 made his dictinctive […]

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