MOTi ft Nabiha - Turn Me Up (Ryan Blyth Remix)
Following on from the success of the single alongside the official video release – Ryan Blyth’s rework is the next remix to be revealed for MOTi’s ‘Turn Me Up’ ft Nabiha.
Taking the backbones of the original record, Ryan Blyth steers towards a more club facing release that echoes his signature bounce. Kick-starting with a prominent bassline and intertwining percussive claps, along with scattered electronic elements and a strong saxophone melody – Ryan Blyth delivers a remix that’s full of flair and designed to make people move in and out of the club.
With the original release already making a huge impact across different territories worldwide, the Ryan Blyth remix is set to transform the record further.
Hailing from Amsterdam & signed to Tiësto’s Red Light Management, Dutch DJ/Producer MOTi first emerged on the scene in 2012 with ‘Circuits’ & ‘Kinky Denise’. Further releases on Spinnin’ Records, Hysteria Records & a #10 on the Beatport Top 100 for ‘Dynamite’ spearheaded MOTi on a global scale. Teaming up with Tiësto on ‘Back To Acid’ in 2013 via Musical Freedom, alongside collaborations with DVBBS (‘This Is Dirty’), Martin Garrix (‘Virus’ – #1 Beatport’s Top 100) & Major Lazer (‘BOOM’) each in turn lead MOTi to produce his next instalment – ‘Turn Me Up’. His breakout performance at Ultra Music Festival Miami served as a springboard into the live music scene, since securing him performances at EDC Las Vegas, Creamfields UK, Nocturnal Wonderland, Tomorrowland as well as exclusive shows at Webster Hall NYC, LIV Miami & Hakkasan Las Vegas.
Danish multi platinum selling songstress Nabiha began her journey with debut album ‘More Cracks’. Her back catalogue of productions are inspired by her West African roots and colourful upbringing in Copenhagen infused with dance, pop, r&b and urban music. Urban dance anthem ‘Bang That Drum’ shot straight into the iTunes Top 5 on release and stayed there for over 6 weeks, also peaking at #1 on the UK Urban chart and #4 on the UK club chart. Dedicating her, no. 1 Billboard Dance Chart & UK Urban Chart, follow up ‘Animals’ to her legions of loyal fans, Nabiha’s ‘Mind The Gap’ & ‘Never Played The Bass’ all played a key part in landing her position as a judge on 2016’s Denmark’s Got Talent.
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