If you’re one of our many fans who like Blackbear, than chances are you heard Dirty Laundry off his debut album Deadroses. Unfortunately, we haven’t been able to post any of his material lately because it hasn’t been free, until now. Thanks to the illustrious electronic artist TWRK, we’re finally able to share one of the album’s most sought after tracks. The upbeat pace, dominating percussion, intense drops, and dance-provoking break downs spice up the original track with unrivaled ingenuity. If there’s one thing you can count on from TWRK, it’s to create ass-shaking anthems, and this is no exception. Hopefully this will hold you over until Blackbear starts releasing more free music, but if you want to find more twerk-worthy tracks you should definitely hop on over to TWRK’s soundcloud. Enjoy.
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I think we all know by now that whenever TWRK’s name is slapped on a remix, it’s gonna be nothing short of banger-status. This edit of Diplo’s Missy Elliot’s remix includes TWRK’s signature snaps, Nelly samples, and a kick-heavy beat to help you drop down and get your eagle on. Your face will melt a bit, your booty will shake a lot, and your ears will thank you. And best of all, it’s free. Turn up, turn up.
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Instead of hitting us with another remix off of Yeezus, DJ/producer duo TWRK (Benzi and DJ Esentrik) went back a few years in the Kanye vault to bring new life to Flashing Lights, one of my favorite tracks from Kanye’s 2007 album Graduation. The strings and synths combo worked perfectly with Dwele’s smooth vocals in the original, but this remix brings it to a whole new level. Kicks and snaps drive the backbeat while the bass pumps hard. But then TWRK switches it up at 2:14 with a filthy breakdown of chopped vocals, more claps, and big-room bass that really give this remix some originality. You still feel the original essence of Flashing Lights but with some more electronic flavor. They’ve still got a few dates left on their Set It Off tour, so catch em live if you can and keep an eye out for their EP dropping soon.
The DJ-producer duo TWRK first caught my eye with their hit “Nolia” last month. Released under Diplo’s record label “Mad Decent,” TWRK’s track BaDINGA! transforms K7’s “Come Baby Come” into a bass-heavy banger. The track gets real at 0:45 with bass, trap, snaps, and handclaps, but TWRK makes sure to keep that iconic saxophone riff. The best part happens at 2:28 when you hear “I can slow it down so you can bump it” and the Badinga refrain repeats over a nasty slowed down backbeat. Catch TWRK on the Set It Off tour in September and look out for their Diplo and Friends mix dropping September 28th. For more TWRK, hit up their soundcloud.