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3LAU Drops Remix Pack Of “On My Mind” For Charity On His Label Blume

3LAU is no stranger to the remix game, dropping a few of the hottest remixes of this year. Today, the tables have turned and we get a remix pack of 3LAU‘s smash hit “On My Mind” featuring Yeah Boy. On top of these 3 awesome remixes, Justin (3LAU) announced they were dropped his label Blume, which means that all the proceeds from these will go to charity.

“This song is out on my label BLUME, which means all of the proceeds from streams & sales will go to charity. Last year we raised $200,000 for Pencils of Promise, and 7 new schools will be built in South America from that fundraising by September 2017.”

“Our next goal is to raise $30,000 for the ACLU, and this song will help contribute to that goal 🙂 Once we've raised that, I wanna let you guys decide what charity we give to next! Much Love & Thanks for always supporting!” –3lAU

Alright, now lets get to those remixes..!

Odd Mob Remix

We'll start it off with a tremendous house flip of the track by Odd Mob. The duo tweaks the vocals a little with somee more bass and put a sick basshouse spin on the beat. It gives me a vibe of something that you'd here in a Tchami or Malaa set. I enjoyed this one IMMENSELY.

Michael Sparks Remix

Next up is the Michael Sparks remix of “On My Mind”. Once again, we got the vocals pitched to a different tune, this more sounding like an alien voice or something other worldly. Sparks then flips the track on its head with a killer trap drop. This is an extremely unique remix.

Kyco Remix

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For the final guest remix of the track we get Kyco, who takes this and gives it a future bass flip. With some great vocal chops on the hook, and some heavy drum samples, this track is dope. With 2 deep future house drops, and amazing pianon sample to end, its a completely different twist on the original.

3LAU Club Mix

To finish it off, of course 3LAU had to turn this song up with his club version. For the past few months, I've been hoping for a club version of this song. Now that it's here, it doesn't disappoint. With some monster basslines running through the whole song it's impossible to not move in one way or the other. This is a song that I can already here in clubs across the United States banging from wall to wall.





Michael Sparks


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