Written by Teyquil Skelton
Resilient DJ, songwriter, and record producer, Alice Longyu Gao, just dropped a fiery remix and it’s the track, “Move It To The Side (Alice Longyu Gao‘s Softboy Dancing In The Klurb Flip)” originally released by singer-songwriter, John-Robert.
The track, rebirthed in the form of unforgettable electro-pop, also features vocals from Gao and puts a major spin on the mellow, but sad, mid-tempo single. Gao completely transforms the structure of the song and turns it into a highly energized, electro-pop powerhouse that makes it hard to stand still. The bass slaps hard, as the synthesizers easily flow throughout the track, blending both artists’ vocals to create an explosive sound.
John Robert‘s voice mixes in with the saucy grooves, as his voice modulates up and down, in and out, between moments where hip hop and trap beats meet. It’s a non-stop rush from beginning to end that ignites excitement and encourages you to dance in any way that moves you.
The addictive, repetitive patterns of the remix are what make the track so memorable. For two minutes, you are solely a slave to the rhythm. It holds no prisoners and lets it all out in your ears unapologetically. Wherever you play this tune, you’ve created space for a club setting.
There you have it, that new fever remix dominating the electro-pop circuits around the world. So, gather your girls, gather your guys, and make it a night out on the town. Gao is back with a brand new beat and she’s sweeping cities and clubs one BPM at a time.
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