A Trip to the Gold Coast with Wongo’s “Paradise”…Now Remixed!
Whenever we have the chance to experience the wonderful world of Australia or its artists, we will gladly take it. Straight out of the Gold Coast we have Australian artists Wongo and San Mei, who bring us their latest collaboration “Paradise” over on Sweat It Out. Wongo wasn’t always behind the tables, however, as he is actually an award-winning break dancer in his native country. Once he left the dance floor, however, Wongo quickly grabbed success with originals and remixes of Beyonce and Azealia Banks.
Now it is about time to properly welcome you to “Paradise”. This track features solid house beats that border closer to a jungle vibe, showcasing what exactly the Gold Coast has to offer! Wongo puts his muted bass lines and twinkling instrumentals to work, creating an overall Carribean/Island feel. “Paradise” is designed to create a feel of relaxation that will smash into you quickly like an ocean wave. Now how exactly are these masters of mixes make “Paradise” their own? You’ll have to listen to find out for yourself.
“This is the first time I have collaborated with a fellow Gold Coast local. When I first heard San Mei, I had a feeling we would be able to come up with something special. It’s a track that portrays our sunny hometown whilst staying true to the vibes of my production style.” – Wongo
Be sure to listen to Wongo’s Paradise Remixes EP below!
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