Wooli advances melodic expansion with new remix of GASHI’s ‘Roses’
Having built up a brand backed by hard-knocking dubstep tracks, the East Coast-bred producer diverges from his usual, reimagining the original chorus and bass guitar melodies in “Roses” to anthemic evocations. Wooli further adds his signature touch with revamped drums, layered synths, and sweeping rock tones, molding the production into an ensemble of rap, dance, and contemporary rock genres.
The newest cross-over endeavor is no new feat for GASHI, who has previously collaborated with electronic musicians like DJ Snake on tracks such as “Creep On Me,” and “Safety.” The Albanian-born singer-songwriter was also recently featured on Lost King‘s long-awaited collaboration with Ty Dolla $ign, “Oops (I’m Sorry).”
Check out the new remix below.
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