Dirty Audio is at it again! This time, with a brand new remix of one of the year’s top party hits.
There’s a new remix in town! Grammy-nominated French producer DJ Snake and Amsterdam electronic music duo Yellow Claw‘s hit song ‘Ocho Cinco’ soon turned into one of the biggest tracks to hit the party scene this year. And now LA-based producer Dirty Audio has created a banging new remix of the original version.
If you thought the original version had a cool party vibe, Dirty Audio’s remixed version has taken the track up a notch! The new version of the track showcases a distinctively exotic vibe along with massive breakdowns, giving it a more festive sound.
The remix of ‘Ocho Cinco’ is special for the LA-based artist as DJ Snake was one of the earliest artists to support his music. What makes it even more significant is that the Middle Eastern sounds in the track resonate with Dirty Audio’s own heritage.
If you aren’t too familiar with Dirty Audio just yet, then you’ll be interested in learning that this coffee-loving, sock game extraordinaire and major hip-hop fan has some exciting plans for the future.
In addition to some thrilling artist collaborations, new releases for Insomniac and Monstercat, an Australian and New Zealand tour; he will also be doing a remix for Afrojack! Guess the star has a packed 2017!
Known for his hard-hitting, bass-driven tracks, Dirty has slain it on the dance floor time after time! Having made an impact across the world, the DJ’s song “Gettin’ That”, which released on Mad Decent, hit #1 on the hip-hop charts. The song soon became a popular set with DJs across the world.
With all his achievements in music, one would never think that this is the same guy who failed his high school music class! But that’s exactly what happened! Proving that life really does turn around sometimes, he jokes about the strange feeling he got when he once saw his music teacher at one of his shows.
Life really does move full circle, doesn’t it? The new remix version of ‘Ocho Cinco’ will be released on Interscope records.