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7 March 2012, 12:57 | Updated: 8 March 2012, 08:55
The new version of the track features a host of stars including Tinie Tempah, Busta Rhymes and Kano.
Labrinth has unveiled a brand new all-star remix of his hit single 'Earthquake' which features fellow rappers Wretch 32, Tinie Tempah, Bust Rhymes and Kano.
During the song, each artist is introduced with the famous "Come in" line as they share verses on the song.
The song will feature on the deluxe edition of the star's debut album 'Electronic Earth' which is released on 2nd April.
A line which is added to the original of the song features Labrinth rapping: "They call me the creator when I said let there be light how many stars did I make."
The new version of the track has been unveiled at the same time as the star announced the winner of a fan competition for a remix of his latest single 'Last Time'.
You can listen to the new remix of Labrnith's 'Earthquake' below: