The intersection of the worlds of hip-hop and electronic music is getting thicker by the day; with word that Kanye West's "Wolves" is produced by Cashmere Cat and Sinjin Hawke (as well as the Missy Elliott-featured remix of Jack U's "Take U There"), 2015 could be the year that this grey area truly blows up.
One of Cashmere Cat's other big-name production credits was for Ludacris' Jeremih and Wiz Khalifa-featured "Party Girls" got a trio of remixes from electronic producers who've been walking that line: Lunice, Brodinski, and the aforementioned Sinjin Hawke. Better yet, this remix pack got release for free (via Southern Hospitality). Cashmere Cat was in love with the idea of these three remixing his first-ever rap production credit, telling Fader that they "have all been so incredibly influential" to his music.
In terms of actual sound, fans of these three will notice that they kept it familiar with their signature sounds; Lunice found a consistent groove and stuck with it, letting the vocals play nice over his rendition. Sinjin's crispy snares cut through the sensual vibe he produced, while Brodinski closes things out with a more up-tempo jam that enticingly twists the vocals at will. Solid three-track remix EP that's available for free.