The two remixes featured on this week’s release are both incredibly produced, coming from Le P and London Future respectively. Norwegian Piotr Kolacz, aka Le P, puts forward a chill house edit that almost floats through your speakers, putting emphasis on twinkling guitar riffs and the softly spoken vocals that make up that sweet melody.
Trinidad and Tobago’s London Future opts for a more rhythmical remake, upping the tempo and bringing a sashaying beat to attention. With rolling steel pans and sense of summery groove, this equally enjoyable remix does the original proud.
A great set of tracks, this new release honors the ethics behind Nature’s sound – “My music is always positive… my music is to bring people together, not divide. I’m very excited and am positive that the remixes will do well. Ultra is known for breaking records worldwide, and giving success to local artiste from Jamaica such as Omi” Nature shared.
With these remixes it is anticipated that Nature will move outside of the typical dancehall and reggae arena and capture a wider international audience. This is a prime opportunity for the artiste to get a larger fan-base both locally and internationally.
Nature is set to promote the remixes in conjunction with Ultra Music in the US and a UK tour is also being organized through his label Downsound Records.
SOURCE: STREET CRED JAMAICA