DVBBS & Borgeous prime the mainstream market with Tinie Tempah remake of ‘Tsunami’
Historically, sticking a radio-friendly topline on a successful club cut has most often ended in a mixed surge of excitement and vocal disappointment. In the wake of Beatport domination, DVBBS & Borgeous unveil a daring restoration of Doorn Records original “Tsunami” alongside British soft rap star Tinnie Tempa. As the man who gave Swedish House Mafia’s “Miami 2 Ibiza” it’s chart-friendly lick of paint, Tinnie Tempa returns of the heels of Diplo produced offering with further dance floor aspirations on the mind. In light of Martin Garrix’s recent UK chart success, it’s hard to fault the method behind the impending remodel and its relevance to the current popular climate. Past his chanting lyrics and a few minor tweaks to the mix and with the trio’s recent offering “Stampede” alongside Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, the Ministry of Sound hosted “Tsunami (Jump)” does not look so far altered as to cause a tyrannical uproar from the global dance community. But as dance music’s barriers continue to waver under mainstream influences, this is a move that is sure to test the stamina of both club-focussed breakouts and a fan base that could go either way.
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