Release A New Remix
In the production of remixes you can take a different look at the music, bring something of their own in your chosen track.
Remixes in many cases help the artist to move up the career ladder.
How To Choose A Track To Write A Remix, Regardless Of Whether You Write It Yourself Or Not
There are two types of choice of tracks for writing remixes:
- Popular tracks.
- Tracks known to no one.
And both of them are pretty good.
Let’s Analyze A Lot Of Situations Where Artists Up To Remixes:
1) Lana Del Rey – Summertime Sadness (Cedric Gervais Remix)
Cedric Gervais released this track in 2013.
The “Summertime Sadness” remix reached number one on Beatport and remained there for two weeks in February.
The track was the number 1 added track to US radio with 35 adds throughout summer 2013.
He won a Grammy Award for Best Remixed Recording, Non Classical for the song.
In 2019, he was ranked 76th by DJ Mag.
2) Lilly Wood & The Prick – Prayer In C (Robin Schulz Remix)
Released on June 6th, 2014 was a Lilly Wood & The Prick – Prayer In C song.
The remix was a success in many European countries and the United States, which led to international recognition of Robin.
In 2019, he took 82nd place in the ranking of DJ Mag.
3) SAINt JHN – Roses (Imanbek Remix)
He made a remix on Roses, previously released by rapper SAINt JHN through the Russian label Effective Records, which signed it. The remix of this song appeared in a large number of charts all over Europe, including Hungary, Netherlands, Sweden, Belgium, Poland and became number 3 in the world top Shazam.
In 2019, Imanbek became world famous for its remix.
And these are just a few examples of how remixes can affect your career. But let’s not mislead you, not everyone will be able to advance in this way, because everyone has his own path. Our task is to show you that no matter whether you produce original works or remixes, you have the opportunity to grow up on a professional level. The main thing is to understand what you are doing and what you need it for.