The 5 Best Remixes of Travis Scott's 'Sicko Mode'


Texas-bred rapper Travis Scott is having the perfect yr ever. He turned a dad when Vogue-cover nabbin' Kylie Jenner had his child, the younger Stormi Webster, and his album ASTROWORLD went to No. 1 on the Billboard 200 albums chart. Its single "SICKO MODE" is his largest hit so far, peaking at No. four on the Hot 100. It's a wild journey of hopping samples and altering sonic landscapes. It additionally options some heavy Drake verses and even a fast drop from Swae Lee. Basically, it's received every little thing one may need in an experimental hip-hop music greater than 5 minutes lengthy.

Successful this tough with this a lot entice in it's positive to get the digital dance world jumpin'. It's already been seen that Skrillex has a remix forthcoming, however he's not the primary one to get the concept. Below, we record our 5 favourite remixes of "SICKO MODE" so far.


This remix takes on the center a part of the acquainted tune, slicing in as if nothing has been remixed in any respect, which implies you possibly can combine into this and fully freak everybody out when the rinse comes by way of with bass drops that stomp tougher than a stack of money on a stripper's behind.

"SICKO MODE" (Luca Lush Remix)

If you're on the lookout for somebody to work out that old-school organ wail from the primary a part of "SICKO MODE," Luca Lush has the monster future entice you want. This is an actual screecher with power ranges excessive sufficient to set off the fireplace alarms. In Scott's personal phrases, "it's lit."

"SICKO MODE" (Crankdat Re-Crank)

Crankdat's "re-crank" takes a complete new strategy to the acquainted hit. Instead of cherry choosing one beat or one other, he faucets into the unique's general tone of booming darkness and builds his personal chaotic melodies round it. It's nonetheless fairly monstrous with heavy roots dug into the world of dubstep. Give it a spin.

"SICKO MODE" (Saint Punk Remix)

Saint Punk slows the tempo and provides the principle mid part a severe close-up. Shout out Scott's hometown of Houston with the screwed vibes, however about midway by way of, Saint Punk throws some bounce on it. Next factor you realize, you're getting housed, however be careful. The home is a entice.

"SICKO MODE" (Gibson Parker Remix)

We end our record with a remix from Gibson Parker. Once once more, he performs with the principle beat within the center. It's moderately near the unique, however every little thing hits a bit punchier over amped-up future bass beats. There's an actual vivid bounce because the hook approaches, and when issues hit their peak, it's actual fairly.