Brooks’ chopped-up electro house version begins peacefully, building with muted keys and warm bass before exploding into a stuttering, euphoric groove. An epic main break makes good use of the melody before returning to the irresistible groove.
New York producer Infuze serves up a bright and breezy house number that combines classic stabby house chords with a plump bassline. He cuts up Yung’s ad-libs to great effect to provide another layer of rhythmic energy that really drives the track along.
SLVR gives the track one of his inimitable Booshi makeovers, taking it in a very different direction with those dark sounds. The breakdowns are tense and dramatic, and the resonating bass sounds of his killer groove is powerful and moody.