Nicky Romero and Krewella release ‘Legacy’ remixes from Vicetone, Candyland, and more
Expanding their reach beyond the massive festival scene that they’ve conquered (beginning with their Ultra Music Festival debuts), Nicky Romero and Krewella spark their “Legacy” collaboration with new flare on each of the four remixes that make up its re-release. While the hottest commodities in both electro house and vocals combined for one of the year’s hottest record, the squad enlist producers of various genres to make their prized production translatable across new territory. What happens when Candyland, Don Diablo, Vicetone, and Wildstylez are introduced to such an anthem?
Nicky Romero vs Krewella – Legacy (Candyland’s OG Remix)
Kicking off the package from Protocol is Candyland; the animated duo and recent Krewella tour mates currently bubbling in popularity bring their OG Remix brand to “Legacy” with a unique balance of windy trap and subtle melodic additions.
Nicky Romero vs Krewella – Legacy (Don Diablo ft. Sway Remix)
Following success on Axwell’s imprint last month, Don Diablo is taking a turn with his production capabilities for his remix of “Legacy.” Enlisting UK rap star Sway for an urban vocal twang, Don rebuilds the chord progression with strings and blurs genres where big room energy once prevailed.
Nicky Romero vs Krewella – Legacy (Vicetone Remix)
Victone make their return to Nicky’s Protocol imprint only two weeks after adding the release of “Tremble” to their impressive track record. Following with more progressive attitude, Vicetone prove a sound well-polished with melodic builds and gritty drops that outdo their usual efforts.
Nicky Romero vs Krewella – Legacy (Wildstylez Remix)
Rounding off the package, Wildstylez use some of America’s most popular lyrics to tease a sound that will be taking over the states sooner than later. Introducing hardstyle, one of the genre’s poster boys up the tempo and add a smashing dose of bass.