Clinton Sparks - "Sucks To Be You" (feat Lmfao) - (5:02) 128 BPM
Enrique Iglesias - "I Like How It Feels" - (5:10) 128 BPM
Jennifer Lopez - "I'm Into You" - (6:02) 128 BPM
Various Artists - "Perfect Party" - (4:24)
Nicki Minaj - "Fly" (X-Beats) - (4:21) 125 BPM
Producer and remixer X Beats drops his latest collection of big room house remakes of some of the biggest tunes of the year. Adele's anthemic "Someone Like You" gets a radical and supercharged house makeover while Clinton Sparks' "Sucks To Be You" benefits from a glitchy, dubstep-influenced metallic lead. Check out more banging pop-shaped rerubs of the likes of Nicki Minaj, J-Lo and Enrique Iglesias on this latest volume.
LA producer X-Beats adds his own spin to some new hits and stone-cold classics on this latest collection of big room house-shaped treats. Flo Rida's Etta James-sampling smash "Good Feeling" gets a euphoric overhaul here, while Tears For Fears' "Shout" gets taken to hyped extremes thanks to some huge trance chords and burning builds and drops. Check out the further rerubs of Medina, Baby Bash, Jason Derulo and more.
Always a great resource for electro revisits of current chart biggies, X Beats' latest volume builds on the euphoric surge of Chris Brown's "Don't Wake Me Up", Fun's "We Are Young" as well as big songs by Kai Sheen and more.
The X Beats series are compilations that feature danced-up versions of recent chart hits. Owl City and Carly Rae Jepsom's "Good Time" gets a Euro-dance make over here, while further commercial party-dance re-rubs are applied to Nicki Minaj ("Starships") and even Foster The People (Don't Stop).
X Beats comes through with the 24th instalment of pop-fuelled house anthems for the arenas! "Forever Now" will be played by many and liked by most; "Play Hard" takes those classic, minimalistic Ibiza synth bleeps and pours some truly head-banging vocals all over it, whereas, "Tell Me To Take Over Control" is one of those 90's inspired rave licks, taking some rather famous female vocal samples and tearing them up with one hell of a drop and a mean succession of smudgy drum hits. "Baby One More Time" makes you think why no-one has ever re-wired Britney's cult-like lyrics over some nastier breakbeats, and "Raining" goes all Chicago. Stevie Wonder even makes an appearance on "Superstition", except this time he wears a considerably ravier look...