As you may know, Ludacris teamed up with fellow music legends, Usher and David Guetta, to create this made-for-radio hit. Its theme is quite standard to the norm: YOLO type attitude, and it’s beat is very Afrojack-esque… eerily similar to Can’t Stop Me Now… but it most certainly will be heard around the globe and be played in every night club. However, with every hyped-up song comes remixes, and that we like! Here are some big-room sounds courtesy of Nicky Romero and Hard Rock Sofa. These are unofficial releases for now…
Ludacris feat. Usher – Rest Of My Life (Nicky Romero Remix) | STREAM ONLY
Ludacris feat. Usher – Rest Of My Life (Hard Rock Sofa Remix) | STREAM ONLY
Here’s Guetta’s latest track featuring the wonderful Sia, which he premiered at Tomorrowland. This is fantastic… beautiful vocals and tons of energy!
Check out these remixes as well…
“We took David Guetta and put him in our special meat grinder. This is the result. Serve with shitloads of hot sauce.” — Dada Life.
What sticks out about this track is how little it sounds like anything David Guetta’s made in the past couple years. You can decide for yourself if that’s a good thing or not. Sounds like some Daft Punk type shit to me, and that’s always a good thing. Off of Guetta’s latest Nothing But The Beat. Download link
Holllaaaa, you gotta be excited to see these two names on the same track! Afrojack teams up with Guetta for an absolute monster remix of Snoop Dogg’s Sweat. That main riff is just a beast, an automatic anthem. Guetta’s turned in to a major pop sensation (read: tool) in the past couple years, so it’s good to see he can still dirty it up a bit. Pardon the long intro, the real fun starts around 1:30. Download link
Energy-filled Type-A track from a laidback fella named Luke, this is one of those get-your-arms-in-the-air affairs.
As is the case often on this blog, I like the second track I post better than the feature post. Usually an older track from the arist of the feature track. This one’s a gem, it’s Laidback Luke’s remix of David Guetta’s “Delirious”.