Axwell /\ Ingrosso‘s latest release, “I Love You” has just received a wave of diverse remixes from producers of various calibers. The ex Swedish House Mafia members have been on the top of their game in 2017 and this collaboration with rapper Kid Ink has been one of the highlights of the year so far.

Axwell /\ Ingrosso premiered I Love You at Sunburn Festival at the start of the year and went onto bag millions of streams across various media platforms. Three spectacular remixes have now emerged, breathing life into the track. On remix duties we have the likes of William., Machinedrum and David Puentez.

William.‘s remix made headlines upon release courtesy of a mistake on Spotify’s end; the streaming giants managed to mistake the rising Australian producer with global icon, will.i.am. Rest assured, it wasn’t the former Black Eyed Peas star but talented newcomer William Crocombe. His take on I Love You took the track in a sideways direction into experimental break beat territory. The remix features a variety of precussion based sounds coupled with lush chords and warm synths.

American electronic music producer, Machinedrum, stepped up to the plate with a fiery future bass rendition. The remix is poised for both radio and festival play; perfect for the upcoming summer season.

Last on the list is David Puentez, who went full throttle on his remix. David took the already popping I Love You and turned it into a mainstage anthem with its massive synths and big room feel. Definitely one for your weekend playlists.

Stream all the remixes below.



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