It follows the top Brazilian, Vintage Culture supported artist’s
recent remix of ‘Naive’ by Asha Gold.
Brazilian dance music talent Slow Motion has remixed Dwson’s 2018 single ‘Forbidden’, making its way to all streaming services on Friday, August 6th.
Bursting into life with vibrant percussion and a grooving four-to-the-floor beat, Slow Motion offers a high-energy rework of ‘Forbidden’ that’s custom-made for the dancefloor, with the original having racked up 1.5 million Spotify streams to date. Brimming in the artists signature energy and his Brazilian touch, the song forecasts a bright future for Slow Motion.
“Forbidden is one of the most requested songs by my fans. The original track left me enchanted and I decided to give a special touch to this remix. Working with my team, we managed to make this release viable. I’m happy with the results so far and I hope it can be played in many places in Brazil and around the world.“ – Slow Motion
Slow Motion’s big break came in 2016 when he released a remix collaboration of ‘Drinkee’ by Sofi Tukker with Vintage Culture, a track that remains in heavy rotation and has been streamed millions of times over across the world. He then released his world-conquering remix of Jorja Smith and Maverick Sabre’s hit ‘Slow Down’ last year. The track has amassed over 136 million Spotify streams, reached #1 on the Beatport ‘Deep House’ chart and consistently charted on the Spotify ‘Global Viral 50’. Most recently the Brazilian artist dropped a remix of ‘Naive’ by London talent Asha Gold.
Hailing from Cape Town, Dwson is one of the most sought-after electronic artists in South Africa at the moment. Effortlessly breathing new life into the local deep house scene with his dubbed-out sound, he offers a diverse and refreshingly distinct sonic vision that refuses to be tied to one style or genre.
One of the most talented young remixers on the scene, Slow Motion continues his ascent through the electronic ranks.
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