Don’t worry, Anton LaVey isn’t going to come knocking on your door if you start playing the Blunt Sinatra‘s remix of “Alarma,” originally by 666, but other people might start flocking towards the appealing sound pressure. Going from 150-100 you can imagine the transition being made fairly easily, going from a trap to a little twerk/zouk combo action, whose dembow beat threw me for a enjoyable loop. The variations of melody aren’t something you see too often nowadays; it takes some creative thinking to extrapolate your song writing further than what you essentially could construct a full song from initially. They did it, however, and the product was a firey freebie remix!

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