The original, hip-hop-driven “Redlight” from NGHTMRE and A$AP Ferg is already hot enough to bump from the trunk, but throw a heavyweight crew of remixers into the mix and the results are sure to blow your mind. Dropping via Ultra Music today, the three-track remix EP brings the sizzling vibes of heads like Crankdat, Effin, and Holy Goof to the fore with each artist bringing their own unique flex to the proceedings.
While Holy Goof turns in a high-octane bass house re-lick sure to set the dancefloor on fire and Effin delivers some proper low-slung hypnotism that winds and grinds its way to the heart of the dancefloor, Crankdat absolutely smashes it out of the park with his jaw-dropping take on the original.
Easing into things with a filthy trap-tinged intro that stays true to the original street vibe of the original, Crankdat flexes with the some rugged trap vibes just long enough to let A$AP Ferg’s flow hit the sweet spot before hitting the switches and cracking domes at the drop. From there it’s a full-on assault on the senses as Crankdat unleashes a stuttering machine-gun blast of percussion that’s the perfect kick to the teeth. With switch after switch that’ll have your head spinning, Crankdat rarely eases up on the pressure, squeezing every single last drop of sweat from the dancefloor before it’s all said and done.
Every single artist on the EP brings their A-game to the EP and with NGHTMRE and A$AP Ferg having paved the way, this one is sure to be an essential listen all summer long. Out now via Ultra Music so lock your own copy of these heaters here.