Henry Fong’s “Young Hearts (feat. Nyla and Stylo G)” has received a brilliant six-track makeover featuring something for everyone.
Lady Bee starts off the remix package with a high-energy, trap rendition of the track, perfect for shaking the speakers, or your booty. Noise Cans switches things up with a dancehall future house take on the original, while FIGHT CLVB turns things out with some tribal big room vibes. Turning things down a notch is Kue, who throws some stunning future house vibes into the mix before Johnny Roxx brings some of those dancehall vibes back. Finally, TYNAN closes thing out on a positive note with a hybrid slapper that offers a pounding bassline.
A master of reggae and dancehall-inflused electro house bangers, Henry Fong has acquired an international fanbase that keeps coming back for more. His collaborative remix with R3hab on Calvin Harris and Rihanna’s “This is What You Came For” has garnered over 16.1 million on-demand streams, while his originals achieve massive success, like “Drop it Down Low,” which was seen on Giovani dos Santos’ official LA Galaxy recap video for the 2016 season.
Now, Fong teams up with Jamaican-born vocalist Nyla and Stylo G, who combines his similar Jamaican roots with underground UK grime, for “Young Hearts.” The unique track is elevated with six unique remixes, out now on Dim Mak.