This Week in Music | 11/07/17

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Rudimental - Sun Comes Up (feat. James Arthur)

Rudimental and James Arthur bond over putting their “negative past” behind them in this tropical drum and bass track.

The four piece have teamed up with X Factor star James Arthur for the first single off their upcoming third album. The song is about overcoming adversity, something that Arthur had been public about in the past in relation to struggles with his mental health.

At its core it the lyrics portray the message that even though people go through difficult times the sun will come up in the end.

 

Bruno Mars vs David Guetta - Versace On The Floor

‘Versace On The Floor’ just got a fresh new remix from the man behind some of the biggest summer hits of the past few years.

The version on ‘24K Magic’ is heavily influenced by 90’s slow-jam reminiscent of groups like Boyz II Men. However, David Guetta changes the song into a more 70’s funk inspired jam whilst molding it to be more “dance and DJ friendly”, but he still manages to be respectful of Mars’ original critically-acclaimed track.

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