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There have got to be a dozen or more remixes of Usher floating around by this point, but that doesn’t mean that when one hits our mailbox we won’t take a listen. Today’s Usher rework is surprisingly good and comes from Netherlands based producer Arman Cekin. Arman takes Usher’s massive single “Yeah” and infuses a bit of future bass. Take a listen below and don’ot forget to grab the free download!

Toronto’s Rainer + Grimm comes off of their remix of Sam Smith with this rework of Usher’s “You Make Me Wanna.” The iconic late night track gets a total makeover with Rainer + Grimm’s signature bass groove and Grimm’s own vocals. This is definitely more of a cover than a remix, and we’ll take it.

Typically, on your birthday, you’re the one that receives the gifts. But in the case of Canadian producer and Discobelle fav, Pat Lok, the nice fellow has decided to gift the world with this free rework to celebrate his anniversary. Taking on the classic Usher club jam, ‘Yeah,’ Mr. Lok has turned in a solid gold reworking with sweet melodies and a wonky bassline, perfectly resurrecting this nostalgia-laden anthem.

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London vocalist Yadi released her new glimmering pop single “Creatures” on August 22nd through Seven Brother Records, the track was co-written with L.A producer Ariel Rechtshaid (HAIM, Major Lazer, Usher) and produced by Ariel along with London based Swedish producer Johan Hugo (known for his work with The Very Best, M.I.A, Dan Croll).

Branko (of Buraka Som Sistema) and fellow Portuguese producer King Kong remixes the track into a galloping tropical bass smasher that manages to keep the pop sensibility of the original.

Canadian trio Keys N Krates with their unique blend of hip hop and electronic have found the perfect track to work with in Usher and Diplo’s “Climax.” In the original track, Usher’s vocals standout against a slow and steady downbeat and his falsetto driven melody controls the pace of the song. Key N Krates changes it up by focusing more on creating a bumping instrumentally driven track. The result is a crowd pleaser.

Diplo and Usher decided on Valentines Day to give the world a taste of their new track “Climax”. Usher refers to the track as another “strip club classic”, while Diplo describes it as “some next level electrosoul” and that he’s “pretty sure in 9 months there gonna be a lot of new babies that this song is responsible for”, as far as descriptions matter we would go with Wes on this one.