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DJ Snake performs in Argentina. (Source: Instagram)
In February, DJ Snake dropped an Indian or Middle Eastern-influenced single called “Magenta Riddim.” Unlike his recent releases, which have been radio friendly, “Magenta Riddim” is a club and festival track. It has become a favorite in the DJ community, topping DJcity’s Hot Box chart within days of its release. In terms of commercial success, the song is currently No. 26 on Billboard’s Hot Dance/Electronic Songs chart.
Now, a month after its release, there are plenty of remixes of “Magenta Riddim” to choose from. Here are our favorites so far:
The cumbia genre, which originated in Colombia, is gaining momentum.
Clips & Ahoy Remix
“Magenta Riddim” gets transformed into a trap track.
Greg Lassierra Twerk Remix
Though it has twerk in its title, Lassierra’s version also has a moombahton drop.
A tribal house rework, a style that’s differentiated by its drum sounds and patterns.