Best Miguel Remix Round Up

Oh Miguel… All the ladies want ’em, and all the men want to be him.  Never dropping a track that doesn’t drop panties, his smooth croonings are always quick to get on the remixers’ radar.  His is one of the most prominent voices of R&B now – for our, and very likely, future generations.  And here, in our Best Miguel Remix Round Up, we’ve compiled 5 of the best electronic reworks in which his sexy serenades will forever be forged.

Norwegian super-producer Cashmere Cat dropped arguably the best Miguel remix of “Do You” only 13 days ago, and it’s already at over 200k plays on Soundcloud alone.  And why wouldn’t it be, with his clever xylophone play and famous, anthemic build-ups and bass drops. This track is quickly approaching “song of the summer” status, and it’s a free download.

Los Angeles beatmaker TOKiMONSTA was the first female to sign with Flying LotusBrainfeeder, and now she’s just moved to Ultra Records with a full-length album due this year.  Her fresh take on Miguel’s “Adorn” is chilled-out vibes with muted vocals, glitch and glittery harmonics.  Another free download for that pool party playlist.

The Bay Area scene is starting to get hot with Kastle in the kitchen servin’ up heaters like his incredible Miguel remix of “…All.”  R&B vocal twists and fantastic trap/bass build-ups, this one is sure to make babies.  Download it now, and then go see his live show in a city near you!  He’s on a U.S. tour in support of his self-titled album out now via Symbols Recordings.

German producer IAMNOBODI, of the unfailing Soulection crew, makes some of the sweetest beats, and his rework of “Sure Thing” is sweet thumpin’ music for the electronic soul.  His debut EP on Soulection arriving any day now, this and his other lovely remakes should tide you over.

How to make a big tune even bigger?  Give it the B. Lewis treatment.  Last month, we introduced you to his album Finding Incandescene.  This month, we’re sharing the West coast beatmaster’s revision of Miguel’s “Adorn,” a fully adorned remix with bouncy synths and full-bodied percussions.

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