Lunice, Brodinski, And Sinjin Hawke Remix Ludacris’ “Party Girls”

Three sick remixes from three sick producers.

February 18, 2015

You might recognize Sinjin Hawke as one of the cooks in the kitchen on Kanye West, Sia, and Vic Mensa's "Wolves," and now the inventive producer's put his hands on another rap track: Ludacris' Wiz Khalifa and Jeremih-featuring 2014 single "Party Girls," which was also produced by Cashmere Cat, who co-produced "Wolves" as well. Crazy! Along with Hawke, heavy-hitter producers Lunice and Brodinski have remixed "Party Girls" too for Southern Hospitality; you can rinse all three remixes below.

"Lunice, Brodinski and Sinjin Hawke have all been so incredibly influential for my music, and it feels so special having these dudes remix the first rap song i ever produced… i love u all!," Cashmere Cat said to FADER in an email. "Ludacris & Timbaland's run in the early 2000's was one of the best match ups in rap history, so I really wanted to reference that Timbaland groove while emphasizing the bliss of the original," Hawke said. "It was a big honour to work on this for Magnus and to have an opportunity to work with Jeremih's gorgeous vocals." Brodinski chimes in, "I loved the original version of the track, and when Magnus asked me to remix it, no need to think about, I said yes! I wanted to have a completely different take on it, slower and darker." And here's a short-but-sweet statement from Lunice: "This is my valentines remix for the love of cashmere cat's sense of rhythm." Cool.

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Lunice, Brodinski, And Sinjin Hawke Remix Ludacris’ “Party Girls”