This remix, or rather remake, is awesome. I love the mellowness and smoothness at the beginning, which becomes the awesome, down and dirty House music we all love.
Massive Attack might not be what you’d expect me to listen to necessarily. But, Zed’s Dead’s remix makes it one of my all time favorites. The vocals coupled with the really unique loops guarantee you an instant trip full of emotions, whether you’re actually high or not. Listen to it, you’ll know what I mean.
When I’m writing, this song is perfect. It is a fairly simple and soft song, with what could be described as very soft and mild dubsteppy elements. It’s calm and slow though, and sets just the right pace for things when you want a soundtrack to whatever mundane task you’re doing.
This track starts off with an evil-ish Oriental beat, but quickly transforms into a decent Dubstep track. The real treasure though is towards the end, when a beautiful melody becomes the backbone of bass drops and hard loops, sort of like, melodic dubstep with a tinge of emotion?
I always confuse lil Wayne with Drake, but now I am very familiar with Drake thanks to this pretty decent remix of Hell Yeah Fuckin Right.
This song is dark, messed up and plain scary. With lyrics like “at the hour at which people die most” and “demons and ghosts are their most powerful” coupled with the deep and dark loops and bass lines, makes this ideal for when you’re stuck in traffic and hate the universe, or if you wanna freak out an English-speaking hitchhiker or maybe even a bad date? =P