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6 July 2017, 13:51
Turn the volume UP and get ready to throw some shapes.
We get it, you LOVE pop music. There's nothing more satisfying than singing along to every line in 'Despacito' and absolutely nailing it (or trying to anyway!). But we think it is time to introduce you to some of the dopest remixes that'll get you jumping about as well as singing.
Let's get this started...
You wanted star power? You've got it. Ed Sheeran's 2017 comeback has been a momentous moment in music history and with that comes some insane remixes. Major Lazer hired in Nyla & Kranium to help out on this BIG version of 'Shape Of You'.
The record breaking Vodafone Big Top 40 No.1 as a dance tune with BIG drops and fat beats will make you fall in love with this already legendary Ed tune even more.
You probably didn't believe Charlie Puth's 'Attention' could be transformed into a House track, but Dutch producer Bingo Players has absolutely smashed it with this remix.
Clean Bandit's 'Symphony' already gets us on our feet every single time we hear it blasted out on the radio, but Robin Hustin's upbeat rendition of the banger takes it to a whole different level.
We ALL know what an incredible DJ Anton Powers is, so it shouldn't surprise just how good this is when you listen to his tropical house makeover of Starley's hit single 'Call On Me'.
The Chainsmokers AND Alesso?! If you're after a track that is absolutely smothered in dance music royalty then look no further than this remix of 'Something Just Like This'. It. Is. PERFECT.
There isn't a song in the world that Dutch record producer R3Hab can't turn into a club banger. Case in point, Bruno Mars' funkadelic anthem '24K Magic'. Press play and enjoy. You're welcome.
Need a remix that you can listen to whilst watching the sun go down? Look no further than Tiësto's dreamy remix of Miley Cyrus' 2017 hit 'Malibu'.
French DJ Martin Solveig knows how to write a dance smash. So when KLARDUST released an official remix of 'Places', you wouldn't have believed he could make the song any better. Well guess what. HE DID!