If you aren’t keen on yung NGHTMRE yet, trust us that everything he touches turns to gold. From the club-ready groove of his “Loko” remix to the heavy bass artillery of his “Guns For Hire” remix and “Ascension”, an original collaboration with Slander, NGHTMRE is on a surefire path to success as one of electronic music’s next generation producer prodigies.

NGHTMRE’s remix of Rae Sremmurd‘s “No Type” turned a slow, bass-y rap song into a groovy, up-tempo club hit. The original “No Type” has soared charts and streamed through top radio stations across the country making his vocal choice on point for creating a funky track anyone can recognize and get down to. NGHTMRE’s remix takes you from trap arms and ‘bow-throwing to the classic tech house head wobble. What separates NGHTMRE from the others is his diversity within his tracks. When you least expect it, the entire dynamic of the song changes, turning an up-beat, funky mood into a slow trap banger and right back. Though the track was only released a week ago, it has already garnered confirmed support from DJ SnakeDestructoAmtrac and Le Youth.

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