Listen to two new Kaytranada remixes, dropped just a week before his Aus tour

Listen to two new Kaytranada remixes, dropped just a week before his Aus tour

The Canadian don's Australian tour kicks off October 21.

Between May’s critically-acclaimed debut album 99.9%, his recently-dropped 0.001% ?? mixtape, as well as a tonne of remixes and production credits in between, 2016 has been Kaytranada’s year. Just a week or so out of his upcoming Australian tour with STWO, Lou Phelps and Maribelle (dates at the bottom of this article), the seasoned Canadian beat-maker has gifted us another two new edits – adding his funky touch to new tracks from Chance the Rapper and Solange. Taking on Chance the Rapper’s All Night (taken from his Colouring Book album), Kaytranada adds his raw, funk-infused groove to the track, injecting a lively and throbbing bass line under vocals from Chance and guest vocalist Knox Fortune. The second remix however is more of a subtle and mellow affair, enhancing the production side of Solange’s Cranes In The Sky with a percussion-soaked reworked beat.

With Kaytranada’s forthcoming Australian return kicking off in just a week’s time, these two edits couldn’t come at a better time for his Australian fans. Check out the dates below, as well as the just-announced details on the official after-parties in Melbourne, Auckland and Sydney.

Kaytranada Tour Dates:

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Kaytranada After Parties:

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