Miley Cyrus‘ style has changed dramatically over the years, and her latest single ‘Malibu‘ brought her audience something they really didn’t expect. The track received a positive reception, going viral instantly and taking the radio by storm. Following its release, the track has received six remixes from some of dance music’s most highly regarded producers.
Dillon Francis‘ remix differs hugely from his renowned style, with an air of relaxation fused with tropical influences. The track is guided by its slow but thumping rhythm, giving the original a slow-paced yet intoxicating twist. Next up, Alan Walker puts his spin on the hit, adding another level of emotion to the production. The remix is emotionally compelling, with distinct highs and lows giving the track a burst of adrenaline in true Alan Walker style.
Dutch duo The Him are next, transforming ‘Malibu’ into a future house sensation, with an addictive melody and a breathtaking drop. Fusing the original with melodic piano chords, the remix holds an abundance of power and would be a perfect club anthem. Worldwide superstar Tiësto is up next, slowing down the pace with a remix driven by its steady beat. The captivating remix effortlessly relaxes the listener, flawlessly adapting the original to add another degree of feeling.
Belgian producer Lost Frequencies adapts the track completely, adding a truly magnificent section focusing on the powerful melody, guided by the addictive thumping beat. The heavenly remix is truly impeccable, showcasing Lost Frequencies’ true talent. America-based Gigamesh is the final artist on the remix EP, putting his own spin on the single to create a truly mesmerizing result. The remix is euphoric, with the futuristic melody adding even more emotion to the original track.
Each of the remixes is relaxed in its nature, while each one is vastly different in every other sense. With every artist putting their own imprint on Miley Cyrus’ hit single, the remix EP showcases the talents of each producer involved.
Listen to each of the remixes here.