Discussion in 'Pop & Justice' started by Lucas, Dec 23, 2019.
Dua’s also posted about the remix on Instagram
I would have loved more Dua on the remix - aside from that, this is awesome. I love how it feels like it goes full throttle after the dance break (or maybe just to my ears). I’m just imagining what the team behind the mix could do with Miss a thing and Dancefloor Darling. Say Something doesn’t seem to lend itself as well to remix potential, however, I would settle for an electro-orchestro-gospel choir and kitchen sink-kinda revamp. Like Infinite Disco but ramped up to the max.
As somebody that knows the original now inside out, it's insane to me that people are claiming Dua is "inaudible" on this remix. Her vocal on the chorus is clear as day!
Issa bop and although it’s underwhelming for some the fact one of the biggest pop stars on the planet is collaborating with Kylie on a remix in 2020 is pretty fantastic
You will have a fantastic time - I am watching it for the making of again.
How long is the 'making of' segment?
It grows on you, Dua really fits in with the vibe and I love the oomph she adds to the chorus. Wish she got some solo lines though, a bit of back and forth with Mini. The production flourishes are lush though.
It's your first time? You're in for a treat. It really does live up to the hype. Kylie and team delivered.
I heard it is about 10 minutes.
yes, I’m watching it again but think they missed a trick by not putting this on the TV.
The biggest popstar showing respect to those that came before her. We love to see it.
I could imagine her still selling the TV rights in the UK and Australia in the new year.
Be good if she did, be alot better had she already done so I think.
Someone on Paris timezone had the code ???
Oh this is a straight up banger. So glad it’s a proper remix and while I would’ve enjoyed some solo Dua, it’s still pretty great.
now they are giving out a vimeo link... the quality is amazing now.
It’s a fun mix. Had it on repeat all day.
Gets better each listen.
#2 on iTunes, make of that wat you will.
Nothing, as iTunes charts are not a barometer of success. I'd be more concerned with streaming charts - Spotify and Apple Music.
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