Baauer & graves Share Surprise Remix Of Rae Sremmurd’s “Black Beatles”

We thought we left the mannequin challenge back in 2016, but Baauer and graves just revived the “Black Beatles” single from Rae Sremmurd with a new, surprise remix.

Baauer is in the middle of a rollout for his sophomore album, PLANET’S MAD, so graves has been sharing a couple unreleased snippets from the two of them on his own. He actually shared this “Black Beatles” edit last Friday.

— graves (@wearegraves) May 9, 2020

The edit is a great blend of both their styles, that also oddly equates to more of a RL Grime sound than anything else. Still, the trap vibes are palpable and the original vocals and feels from Rae Sremmurd continue to shine through.

Also check out the second Baauer collab WIP that graves shared yesterday.

can someone make a sick edit and hit me back?

— graves (@wearegraves) May 12, 2020


Flume Remixes Eiffel 65 “Blue (Da Ba Dee)” To Sweet, Sad, Quarantine Perfection [WATCH]

Flume and Eiffel 65 is the musical combination we didn’t know we needed until now!

Like so many producers, Flume is getting his hands dirty in the studio over quarantine. And most recently, he remixed the always iconic banger “Blue (Da Ba Dee)” — because, well, we’re all feeling a little blue right now and it’s only fitting.

“Roses r red my face is blue here is a song I made it for u @eiffel65gram,” he captions the post below along with a preview of his WIP. But, just wait for it, because Flume gets into character and everything.

Suddenly, we can’t imagine a world where Flume and Eiffel 65 don’t exist together within the same track — and we need this remix now.

Listen below and make sure to show some love if you want him to release it!

Flume – “Blue (Da Ba Dee)” Remix

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Roses r red my face is blue here is a song I made it for u @eiffel65gram

A post shared by Flume (@flume) on May 6, 2020 at 3:56pm PDT


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Subtronics & Alison Wonderland Officially Collaborating, Thanks To Okeechobee

Okeechobee was the last music festival to happen before everything got locked down due to COVID-19, but not every artist was able to play. Alison Wonderland was forced to cancel her set at the festival as she was dealing with a case of shingles, and Subtronics was roped in to substitute.

Not one to take the new responsibility lightly, Subtronics performed a couple tributes to Alison during his set, including a new ID from himself he mixed in with her song, “Run.” Now, that WIP is being made into a full new collaboration with Alison Wonderland!

Stay tuned for more info on this absolute belter of a collab.

hello im very hype because @awonderland and i are making a collab out of that wip from Okeechobee

— SCREAM SAVER EP OUT NOW🗣👁 (@Subtronics) April 20, 2020


— SCREAM SAVER EP OUT NOW🗣👁 (@Subtronics) March 9, 2020