The dutch producer (Fadil El Ghoul) R3HAB takes on another remix, not this time for Calvin Harris, but the Norwegian producer Matoma, and the soon famous Noah Cyrus on their track “Slow.” The original was highly in need for a future bass touch, and who else than the veteran-R3HAB for the task?
R3HAB had an amazing last year, finishing off with no fewer than seven original tracks, and ending the year with this incredible remix of Matoma and Noah Cyrus’ “Slow.” The iconic future bass producer has recently teamed up with KSHMR for an insane collaboration for “Islands.”
The popular producer is starting off with a melodic touch from the original before hitting on some emotional touches with Noah’s topline vocals, and then turning it in to a top modern electronic dance music anthem that would go on and on through the first part of the year by every DJ and nightclub near you. I bet that at the end of the night, you’ll be singing “I don’t wanna go sloooow.”
Fadil El Ghoul, also known as R3HAB, is a DJ and record producer from Breda. He’s also known as one of the key players in the modern Dutch house subgenre, alongside Afrojack and Chuckie. Ghoul also won the IDMA Best Breakthrough Artist Award at WMC in Miami in 2012.
Enjoy this mainstream remix from R3HAB!