Atlantic Records is starting to follow a pattern: take the smooth lead single off an artist’s latest LP, and create an up-tempo, club-ready official remix. Though that approach didn’t work too well for Pleasure P‘s Boyfriend #2 (the Flo Rida-featuring remix got significantly lower Booth ratings than the original), the Atlantic brass have nonetheless elected to give it another go, this time with From My Heart To Yours, the lead single off Laura Ibizor‘s recently-released debut album, Let The Truth Be Told. In this case, the label decided to stick to the classic definition of a remix; though all Laura’s vocals remain intact, and, surprisingly, no guest verses are added, Tricky Stewart‘s vintage-soul beat is replaced by a new, synth-heavy instrumental by JayDee and Christian Almiron (with co-production from Michael “Lofey ” Sandlofer). It’s not a drastic change, but this remix should hook the new-school crowd just as the original did old-schoolers (many of whom were Booth-heads) back in November ‘08.
Written by Burmy on 06/23/09
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