One of the many highlights from Danny Verde‘s set at Vancouver PRIDE last weekend was the debut of his new remix for Selena Gomez‘s next single, “Slow Down.” Produced by The Cataracs, “Slow Down” is a surging club anthem with EDM and dubstep influences. The track’s nod to Britney’s “Toxic” is one of the many redeeming qualities that prevents ”Slow Down” from feeling like another generic pop radio filler. Meanwhile, Danny’s stellar remix transforms “Slow Down” into a sizzling late-night circuit anthem, complete with fist-pumping beats and gorgeous synths.
Due for radio release next week, “Slow Down” is the second single from Selena’s debut solo album, ‘Stars Dance.’ The album’s first single, “Come & Get It” peaked at #6 on the Billboard Hot 100 earlier this summer.
Here’s a match made in gay heaven. Cher + Danny Verde. Need I say more?
If you missed Cher’s epic performance on last night’s episode of “The Voice” on NBC, you can watch it here: http://www.hulu.com/watch/502464
Three of my favorite DJs and music producers have teamed up to remix one of the year’s hottest EDM tracks — “I Could Be the One” by Avicii and Nicky Romero. The production trio known as “The Bent Collective” includes Danny Verde (Italy), Steven Redant (Belgium), and Guy Scheiman (Israel) — three of the hottest and most successful music producers in Europe at the moment. Individually, they’ve turned out some of the best productions of the past year. Collectively, they’re on FIRE, transforming the drop-heavy progressive monster “I Could Be the One” into an upbeat house rework that makes it more accessible for a dance floor.
This track + this trio = PURE GENIUS.