Listen to Brillz blend trap & future-bass on a new remix of Sorry

Listen to Brillz blend trap & future-bass on a new remix of Sorry

Another heater courtesy of the LA producer just in time for the weekend.

I think Justin Bieber's Sorry is a tune that's been remixed to death by now, but that doesn't mean we won't still get around a good re-do of the single, especially one from LA producer Brillz. He's already pretty well known thanks his signature style of trap-like electronic (which he's called 'twonk', and has led to a whole range of merch being developed of the same name), but his remix of Sorry switches it up a little bit, blending characteristics of trap and future-bass for what's unexpectedly a pretty chilled-out remix of the single. After a brief, vocal-led introduction, Brillz leads out of the chorus with a rippling, distorted synth line that intertwines a laid-back, future-bass sound with Bieber's now pretty well-established vocals. After a distorted build up, Brillz switches it up into a trappier sound, with vocal chops, bass and those Jack Ü-styled snare whacks throughout. The remix also sports a tinge of summer, and whilst that's not really too inviting heading into the cooler months over here, it's sure to go down a treat when the man himself hits up Coachella this week for a performance at the Do-Lab. Listen below.

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