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  1. The demo for the fan favorite Femme Fatale demo gets new life since being bought and recorded by EDM artist Beauz Listen Here https://youtu.be/iIrsFBtkoDg
  2. Hey Exahlers, So just like many of you, I saw the iconic IG post of Britney doing her laundry at her new house and surprising us with a naughty version of "...Baby One More Time". I heard the epic Markim Remix with the raw vocals! Then I was inspired to design proper artwork. I used the timeless photoshoot of Rolling Stone magazine taken by David Lachapelle. I chose this specific photo due to "Hit Me Baby" (aka call me) and some messy effects and filters. Would you like an explicit re-release of "...Baby One More Time" in 2022? Similar to what Taylor Swift and JoJo did. I'd love to hear your thoughts on the design Remix credit: Markim
  3. Madonna's new recopilatory album is out now. "Finally enough love" in her 16 track edition. Mixes we've already listened to. The 50 track version is set to be released later July (i think) what do you think? TBH is a good choice of mixes and edit versions, as other user said, very cohesive
  4. BEYONCÉ / BREAK MY SOUL (DRAKE’S “MASSIVE” BETO REMIX) YouTube link below. Share and comment please! 🤞🏾💿 BEYONCÉ / BREAK MY SOUL (DRAKE’S “MASSIVE” BETO REMIX) #beyoncé #remix #champagnepapi #drake #massive #breakmysoul #logicpro #beyonceremix #beyoncerenaissance #act1
  5. Rina closed her live set with her Lady Gaga Free Woman Remix
  6. I have no words, but the classic is ruined The molly references, the i need to get d right now, and sickick doesnt help either. I was fine, the others didnt do what this remix did Matched the original with their verses, but let sickick get his own version and it's a pg 13 x rated bedroom romp with molly references. While it's great we have her here, but one comment said, i grew up with her, 14 when she debuted, i feel alienated and abandoned by her. And as an American it sucks Madonna represented me as a gay man, i couldn't relate to Janet, but then again i was angry with the system as a gay man, had my own problems, im 50 i feel alone and deserted, can someone change the script and say it's okay to not do social media, we communicate with e mail, that way i can't get influence by what's popular.. Can we have a **** social media revolution everything from beauty to the whole division on human kind is a result of Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.
  7. This legendary remix still needs to put on streaming services. It’s great for working out, pre drinks, clubbing etc. Comment below where you heard and saw it live in real time
  8. She’s feeling it now than she did at the time 🤩
  9. My first mashup. Just Dance by Lady Gaga and “Rhythm of the Night” by Corona. Two of my favorite dance floor jams! Plz listen, comment, share 🎧✌🏽💻💿.
  10. On April 11, 2011, Rihanna released the remix version of S&M, the fourth single off her fifth studio album Loud. It featured Britney Spears as a guest artist. The song, recorded in 2010, was originally written and produced by Stargate (Mikel S. Eriksen + Tor Erik Hermansen) and Sandy Vee, with additional songwriting by Ester Dean. It's an uptempo EDM track that talks about ***, sadomasochism (S&M) and bondage, though Rihanna revealed the lyrics were metaphoric and it was really about a "love-hate relationship with the media". It was released as the fourth single off her Loud album in January, and it had already reached #2 on the Billboard Hot 100 before the remix featuring Britney dropped. A music video, directed by Melina Matsoukas was released on February 1st, gaining a lot of positive reviews, but also the ban in eleven countries due to its explicit nature, as well as a lawsuit from David LaChapelle and Philipp Paulus who both claimed the video violated the copyright of each of their photoshoots. After the success the song had on radio despite the critics, Rihanna asked her fans on Twitter about potential collaborators to jump on a remix of the track. Britney turned out to be the most popular suggestion, and that's how the duet came about. In the new version, Rihanna and Britney both sing on the original chorus, but Britney sings a whole new second verse. Rihanna talked to Elvis Duran on radio about this feature saying Despite Rihanna's interest in doing a music video for the track, this ultimately never came to fruition. The day before the release, Rihanna wrote on Twitter "I got a #**** collabo comin your way supa dupa soon!!!! OH YEAH!!! By popular demand. Its BRITNEY *****!!!! One of the biggest worldwide popstars! U gangsta #EPIC" to which Britney replied "You're such a tease! I like it, like it... You think they're ready Ri Ri?". The week after the release of the remix, S&M finally topped the Billboard Hot 100, after 293,000 digital downloads across all of its versions, the Britney remix counting for 66% of the overall sales. It became Rihanna's 10th #1 single on the chart, becoming only the ninth act to achieve this and the fifth female to do so, behind Mariah Carey, Madonna, Whitney Houston and Janet Jackson. It became Britney's fifth #1 hit, and her second one that year, after Hold It Against Me debuted at #1 in January. In May of that year, Rihanna performed the song at the Billboard Music Awards, with Britney making a surprise appearance towards the end. Britney also performed the track on her Femme Fatale Tour that summer, in a medley with her debut single ...Baby One More Time.
  11. so good and refreshing, love it!
  12. I did this probably around 2016/2017, YT blocked at the time but now i'm finally able to share with all of you guys! Enjoy!
  13. i absolutely love slowed and reverb versions of songs, and would like to find new ones to listen to. What are your favorites? I’ll start with one of my favorites: Please post videos/links to make it easy to listen ❤️❤️❤️
  14. I used many years ago to make these kind of mashups just for fun, maybe i'll upload some more in the future, who knows! Meanwhile hope y'all enjoy this one (i know it's old, but gold), which remains still to this day one of my personal favourites.
  15. If Galantis were to remix & release a Britney song which out of Bloodshy & Avant’s songs from the 4 albums they worked on would they be? Personally id like to hear their take on “showdown” “Radar” and “look who’s talking now” but also the songs no one’s heard “Like I’m Fallin”, “Hollow”, “The Fugitive”, even though we don’t know what they originally sound like but it sounds like a good idea, it’s pretty much how Matthew Coma remixed SITS six years later from glory.
  16. New remix with that early 2000s style vibe. Some samples were pulled from different iconic songs from around the time, can you guess what they are?
  17. On February 14, 2013, will.i.am released the Scream & Shout (Remix) video featuring Britney Spears, Lil Wayne, Hit-Boy, Waka Flocka Flame and P. Diddy, after it leaked a day ahead of its planned released through a Chinese website. MTV news was at the filming of the video, where will.i.am said: A couple of days before the release, Britney teased a picture from the videoshoot, where she was wearing a Jeremy Scott x Adidas cage track jacket, to which Jeremy Scott himself tweeted about in excitement. Later in April, they talked about it briefly during a Google Hangout interview that was livestreamed The remix was so different from the original song, that it charted separately, debuting at #49 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart. In 2016, a clean version of the video was uploaded to will's channel.
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