Though both Myd and Brodinski have been busy lately–Myd with Club Cheval and Brodinski collaborating with a string of American rappers–the two came together on this remix to deliver a result that is nothing short of surprising. The tune is a departure from the party tracks that fans have come to expect from the two, but it still carries undeniable Bromance signatures like blunt key changes and a heavy bassline. Kah-Lo’s lyrics are completely transformed with Brodinski & Myd’s shift from Riton’s original intention and it’s definitely worth a few repeated listens.
Brodinski & Myd’s remix arrives as part of Riton’s two-part remix EP which will be available soon with versions from Alex Metric, Busy P, and others. Hear more from the Bromance crew here.