AYO IT’S AMOURLASHAI known as DJRissa now! I’m FINALLY back at it again with another mix. It’s been over a year since my last one. I hope you all that support and like my mixes enjoy this one. ;) Stay tuned for more in the future. xo

1. Kehlani - CRZY (Hizzleguy Bootleg)
2. Kehlani - Crazy
3. Migos - Say Sum
4. Roy Wood$ - Jealousy (Stwo Remix)
5. Tory Lanez - Initiation (MOONDJI EDIT)
6. Kodak Black - Like Dat
7. Young Thug - Gangsta Shit
8. DJ Nasty - Otw
9. YE Ali - What to Do ft. K Camp (prod by Bizness Boi x Th3ory x Prep Bijan)

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Synkro - Why Don’t You      

Phazz - Hold Me      

Doja Cat - So High

Shlohmo - Just Us    

Machinedrum - Baby It’s U

Lapalux - Without You

Nao - In the Morning                                                          

The Weeknd - Wicked Games        

FKA twigs - Water Me          

Stwo - Haunted

Tinashe - Vulnerable

Syd - All About Me  

Zebra Katz - Y I DO  

Junglepussy - Want Some Mo’

NO FUTURE - Subúrbio

Catarina Ribeiro     

There’s been a lot of good remixes of Zayn’s debut track Pillowtalk ranging from the ones turning it into a club anthem, house tracks and many more but then you’ve got remixes like this from Stwo who’s stayed very true to the original but made it so much more chilled out but also makes it feel more whole. The original was a great first release by Zayn but I think that Stwo has managed to capture a brand new side of it that I don’t think Zayn even knew could be created from the track. It has a really strong sense of emotion now with the atmospheric beats creating a soft gentle vibe that highlights the emotion within Zayn’s vocals and makes you really take notice of them unlike the big production of the original - Jakk

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It comes as no surprise that Zayn’s Pillowtalk is sitting pretty at number one on many viral charts, but the many splendid remixes of the track are sure to make an indelible mark as they arise, too. Take for example, this slow burning edit by French producer Stwo, who submerges Pillowtalk in a dark, seductive atmosphere. Stwo’s remix is heavily haunting, its subtle future bass approach flooded with incinerating anguish and melting pleasure. 

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