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RYOKER & Elae Weekes Tap How3ll, Vedeus & Dazed For Remixes Of Their Original “I See You”

RYOKER is a Colombian producer known for his catchy fusions between electronic and pop music and fashion. He is now seen working with the talented Elae Weekes. He is an emerging artist from the East Coast (USA). Using elements from different genres of music such as: R&B, Pop and Caribbean inspired styles, he created his own fusion. With “I See You” being one of the most successful releases to date from both acts. Now it’s up to the amazing artists How3ll, Vedeus and Dazed to put a new spin on this beloved track.

“During the second verse of the song I say the line ‘Feel the bass low, I can feel the music high, I know it’s weird but I don’t care what you do to me.’ This was one of the most important lines for me because it puts the listener in the club and lets them feel the vibe and the tension between the two lovers.Elae Weekes

The story blends futuristic and conceptual visuals with those of a lust-tinged love story. The tale has enough connective tissue to articulate a narrative, but retains a larger feel where the end viewer can make their own interpretation of exactly what happens between the characters involved.

To add more to the fast-paced momentum surrounding “I See You”, How3ll, Vedeus and Dazed were asked to put their own spin on the original, breathing new life into these remixes. Each release is an eclectic fusion between the respective artists’ own styles and essential aspects of what the original has to offer.

How3ll’s remix is ​​the most club-friendly of the 3, infusing the original with a technical groove throughout. The melodies of the saxophone add a touch that soothes and seduces at the same time. With layers of piano house echoing those of Martin Ikin, a multi-faceted concept is incorporated into this edition.

Vedeus is the secondary pseudonym of DJ/producer Zextone. Deep influences and a high focus on melodies make this flip stand out. Big bass lines precede the drop, building anticipation before the drop in epic fashion. Along the same lines as a Zhu outing, this flip’s lifestyle ranges from training to festival, clubbing, chilling with friends, road tripping, and more.

Dazed brings a hypnotic and progressive inclusion to his remix, reinforcing the hook contagion and placing a CamelPhat-inspired drop that hits on the spot. Throwing in the piano house design for good measure, Dazed nails this flip from start to finish.