Premiere: Afrojack, Black V Neck take on Noa Kirel’s ‘Please Don’t Suck’
Afrojack and Black V Neck are pulling Noa Kirel’s “Please Don’t Suck” into the club with a new remix that will formally release on September 3, but can be streamed one day early, exclusively on Dancing Astronaut.
Switching out of the “Mr. Sandman” sample that flows through the original and speeding up Kirel’s vocals, “Please Don’t Suck” manages to take on an entirely new life. Speaking on the remix, Kirel told Dancing Astronaut,
“I always love hearing a fresh interpretation of my music. Afrojack and Black V Neck have taken ‘Please Don’t Suck’ to a whole new place and I love it!”
Featuring Afrojack’s scattering signature and Black V Neck’s thumping club sounds, “Please Don’t Suck” becomes something entirely new under their sonic supervision, with touches of its playful character preserved.The remix follows Afrojack’s collaboration with Chico Rose, “You’ve Got The Love,” with which Tomorrowland Music launched. He also teamed up with David Guetta in April for “Hero,” also premiered by Dancing Astronaut.
Stream Afrojack and Black V Neck’s remix of Kirel’s “Please Don’t Suck” exclusively here:
Featured image: Rukes