Rain Man and Krysta Youngs' "Habit" Gets Remixed by Morgan Page, EXSSV, and More

Rain Man and Krysta Youngs present The Remixes of their crossover collaboration "Habit." Grammy nominated Morgan Page brings his signature peaktime sound with a euphoric progressive house number (Dancing Astronaut Premiere), while Dim Mak young guns T-Mass and EXSSV each offer fresh future bass makeovers. Akari also goes the melodic route with his breathtaking indie-dance version, before fellow newcomer Impala delivers a wonky downtempo interpretation. Coming in with bass-heavy reworks are LA producer INDO, who offers up a fierce moombah / electro remix, and Dack Janiels & Wenzday, who morph the original into a massive dubstep bomb. DUCKY rounds out the bundle by dialing up the BPM in her hyper nightcore edit.
Habit (The Remixes) builds off December’s Habit (Remixes Part I). Soon after the release of the initial volume, Dim Mak wunderkind T-Mass saw his remix become a hit, garnering support from The Chainsmokers, Steve Aoki, and Borgeous, among others. Contest winner Akari received a similarly impressive influx of support for his soaring indie / electro rendition, including heavy-hitters Don Diablo and Deniz Koyu. Further accolades for the bundle came from Galore, Noiseporn, and YourEDM, who wrote that Dack Janiels & Wenzday’s mammoth remix "makes our hair stand on end and our jaws drop, as it should.” 

Rain Man dropped the original “Habit” during a fruitful year for the Chicago native. With his ability to craft hits around powerful female vocals on full display, his preceding single “Bring Back The Summer (feat. OLY)” proved to be one of the biggest electronic tracks of the year. The single was named one of Apple Music’s Best of Tracks of 2016 and recently surpassed 18M streams onSpotify. In addition, Rain Man helped celebrate Dim Mak’s 20th Anniversary with performances in Miami, Chicago, and back-to-back shows at New York’s Electric Zoo and Las Vegas’ Wet Republic.