Who's received the most effective batting common in music proper now? Post Malone is certainly on the MVP checklist. It appears each music he drops is a smash, and the streak continues with "Sunflower." The Swae Lee-assisted single was launched as a part of the Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse soundtrack and hit No. 1 in January. The animated music video has greater than 276 million views on YouTube. Hit standing licensed.
It's a candy, romantic jingle with an easygoing vibe and a soulful tug, however what potential does its topline maintain? As with any massive hit, DJs and producers had been fast to obtain these stems and get to creating some remixes. Our checklist under features a few sizzling takes, from dance-pop to future bass and even a pair cool mash ups. Which is your favourite "Sunflower" remix?
Post Malone & Swae Lee, Lost Kings - "Quit You x Sunflower Mash Up"
Lost Kings' "Quit You" that includes Tinashe is constructed on a basis of '80s pop drums and pastel flavors. It's a very good combine for "Sunflower," which can be all types of sentimental rainbows. For this official Lost Kings mash up, Swae Lee and Malone's vocals land gently on the "Quit You" chords, and the mix is kind of scrumptious.
Post Malone & Swae Lee - "Sunflower" (Kwon Remix)
"Sunflower" has an actual daydreamy atmopshere, and Kwon retains these sunshine rays intact whereas including a complete lot of shiny synth vitality. It's tremendous catchy, pleased goodness, the form of music that'll have you ever bouncing up and down the road all day. The LA-based producer mentioned the remix is finished in homage to his favourite film and music of the yr. Of course, it's solely been a few months, however we respect the sentiment.
Post Malone & Swae Lee - "Sunflower" (Not Your Dope Remix)
We're all used to brooding techno from Berlin, however this German producer busts a special transfer for his "Sunflower" remix. It opens with some funky guitar, builds right into a head knockin' 808 rhythm, and climaxes in a drop that comes with all the longer term bass favorites. We've received water drops. We've received distant "hey"s. There's even somewhat extra guitar. It's enjoyable.
Post Malone & Swae Lee - "Sunflower" (Hibell Remix)
This UK-based producer turns the lovable R&B tune into a colourful dance-pop vibrant spot. He ups the tempo and provides some further bounce to the beat. It's nonetheless enjoyable as a sing-along, however he drops the vocals in favor of a synth-lead hook. If you're a fan of Zedd or Skrillex's dance-pop works, you're gonna dig this one.
What's higher than one megahit? Two megahits became one. "Happier" was Marshmello's greatest hit so far, due to some cool vocals and coproduction from Bastille and its singer Dan Smith. Turns out, for those who sluggish "Happier" down somewhat bit and pitch it down, Swae Lee's hook from "Sunflower" sounds positively divine.