MORTEN Releases Bass-Heavy Remix Package for “Love (feat. Mr. Vegas)”

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MORTEN's dancehall / electro smash "Love (feat. Mr. Vegas)" receives a makeover in the form of a monster remix package. Los Angeles beatsmith JVST SAY YES (Free Download) strays from his typical bass house sound to deliver a thunderous trapped out rework, premiered on This Song Slaps. The package also features a makeover from official Wavo remix contest winner Blossom, who brilliantly utilizes Mr. Vegas' vocal in her own fiery rendition.
The powerful remix package serves as a fitting end to a tremendous year for MORTEN. He kicked off 2016 guns blazing, releasing records on Monstercatand Armada before dropping the heater “FIYAA” on Dim Mak, which saw support from David Guetta, Borgeous, Morgan Page, and Kaskade, who dropped it during his main stage set at EDC Vegas. MORTEN followed with his Steve Aoki collaboration “Kids” off Aoki’s club-oriented 4OKI EP, premiered by The Wall Street Journal. He catapulted into fall with back-to-back singles, “Love (feat Mr. Vegas)” and his TWOLOUD collaboration “Certified,” which premiered on Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike’s renowned “Smash the House” radio show before shooting to the top 10 of Beatport’s Electro House chart. To close out the year, MORTEN welcomes fresh takes of “Love” from JVST SAY YES and Blossom.
JVST SAY YES became an overnight sensation with his unique take on bass house, quickly drawing the attention of some of the biggest names in dance music. With support from Skrillex, Datsik, Jauz, and many more, he became a hot commodity to work with, eventually releasing collaborations with Torro Torro (“Give It Time”), Habstrakt (“Higher”), and Brillz (“Move Dat”). Named as one of Phoenix New Times’ “10 Best Female DJs in Phoenix,” Arizona native Blossom is paving a path to stardom with each impressive track she releases. Her production talents have not only led her to win MORTEN’s official “Love” remix contest, but also caught the attention of Ghastly, who featured her bootleg of Rusko’s “Skanker” on his Diplo & Friends guest mix. Equally impressive is her official remix of Callie Reiff and Dapp’s record “Wobble,” released on A-Trak’s Fool’s Gold imprint. Both producers broaden their horizons in a big way with their “Love” remixes, delivering massive trap tunes destined to be surefire club hits.