Gladiator’s take may be one of EDM’s most minimal trap remixes yet–a lone kick-drum break paired with an acoustic guitar in the build–and after the first drop, all instruments drop out instead of a lone plucked guitar note. This unique moment may possibly be inspired by Goodie Mob’s 1995 Atlanta rap classic Cell Therapy. Chilled and intricate, the remix is altogether quite impressive.
Pusher’s edit features an undulating bassline that chops the track’s moombahton energy into a more of a banger instead of a groove. This one is ideal for when festival attendees demand to rage and refuse to chill.
There is no word regarding an official release of Gladiator’s remix. However, download Pusher’s remix here.