Tom Westy hacks into Jonas Blue’s Dropbox, steals sample for “Work It To The Bone”

Tom Westy hacks into Jonas Blue’s Dropbox, steals sample for “Work It To The Bone”

Tom Westy may be a newcomer to the scene, but he’s already making waves with his infectious production style–and his new rework of “Work It To The Bone” is no different. The Welsh talent infuses LNR‘s original 1987 classic with a fresh and bold house flavor, using groovy melodies and upbeat, funky bass to make for a catchy and undeniably dance-worthy record. “Work It To The Bone” is Westy‘s first single of 2023, following up his recent “Sold My Soul,” also on Helix Records. With the cold weather breaking and festival season and summer on the horizon, this one is bound to be fueling dance floors and keeping the party going all season long.

My manager also manages Jonas Blue, so I hacked into his samples folder on Dropbox, and noticed a vocal called ‘Work It To The Bone‘. He hadn’t done anything with it, so I did. Hope he doesn’t mind.” – Tom Westy.

Welsh DJ and producer Tom Westy experienced his true breakthrough when his remix of DJ Snake and Justin Beiber‘s anthem “Let Me Love You” went viral online, picking up over 100k views in the first 24 hours after it was uploaded and currently at over 5M. He continues to prove he’s much more than a one-hit wonder after selling out a show at Melkweg Amsterdam for ADE, and his next single, “All I Do,” earning over 700k streams in 3 months. His music has also attracted the attention of industry heavyweights such as Jonas BlueDon Diablo, and Oliver Heldens, all of whom went on to sign his singles to their respective labels. His recent touring schedule has seen him play at the world-renowned Illuzion Phuket, alongside UK appearances, where he recently played the NASS festival alongside MajesticTom is also no stranger to TikTok and even had a few great viral moments on the platform with his remixes of the iPhone alarm clock and the BBC News theme song, which collectively surpassed 4 million views. There’s bound to be many more releases and shows, so keep an eye out for what’s next from Tom Westy.



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