NGHTMRE disperses thrusting remix of ZHU’s 24kGoldn feature ‘I Admit It’
After recently performing a back-to-back set with ZHU on the U.S.S. Hornet for Digital Mirage’s Friendsgiving, hosted by Proximity and Brownies & Lemonade, NGHTMRE has unveiled his propelling remix of the former’s 24kGoldn feature “I Admit It.” In recent years, the producers have alternated between originals and remixes involving the other; NGHTMRE first remixed ZHU’s “Blame,” in 2018, which provided the platform for their first collaboration, “Man’s First Inhibition,” featuring Kidd Keem in 2019.
Adding to the catalog of collaborative releases is NGHTMRE’s pulsating remix of “I Admit It,” which finds the edit don contrasting elements of dubstep neurofunk with anthemic future bass melodies. Speaking on the revamp NGHTMRE said,
“ZHU is one of my personal favorite artists and it’s always dope working with him. He has an amazing vision for what he wants and always makes it happen. For this remix, I tried to give it even more energy than the original, and added a second drop that’s a bit more melodic. I hope everyone has as much fun listening to it as I did making it!”
Stream NGHTMRE’s remix of ZHU’s “I Admit It” featuring 24kGoldn below.
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