While calling Willy Joy a jack of all trades as a skilled producer/remixer would be entirely true, it would also require calling him a master of none of them. While possibly true, given how solid his remix of Major Lazer's "Come Onto Me" truly is, nothing short of attempting to proclaim a mastery of the style rampaging through major dance events worldwide would be selling the veteran short. Possibly one of the rowdiest Major Lazer moments since their Flux Pavilion collaboration "Jah No Partial," this remix doesn't so much limit the original track's organic moombahton elements as it does morph the phenomenal original into a horse of a different color. This one is an electro-jockeyed thoroughbred angling for the Triple Crown of crushing your stereo speakers, your favorite big room nightspot or a major summer festival. Out soon via Mad Decent/Secretly Canadian, this is the stuff of which anthemic summer moments are made.
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