Henry Fong’s reggae-infused “Young Hearts (feat. Nyla and Stylo G)” receives six vibrant remixes. Lady Bee puts an energetic trap spin on the original while FIGHT CLVB and TYNAN bring the big room vibes. Johnny Roxx and Noise Cans channel dancehall riddims on their renditions, and San Francisco’s Kue rounds out the package with a proper house remix.
A master of reggae and dancehall riddims jam-packed into electro house heaters, Henry Fong has dazzled audiences around the world with his singular brand of dance music. Through bold remixes such as his collaboration with R3hab on Calvin Harris and Rihanna’s “This is What You Came For,” which has garnered over 16.1M on-demand streams, to originals like “Drop it Down Low,” seen on Giovani dos Santos’s official LA Galaxy recap video for the 2016 season, Fong is no stranger to the limelight. Tying in with a 15-date Summer Sound System tour with Bad Royale, Fong teamed up with the duo on “Rock Ya Hips (feat. IAmStylezMusic & Keno)” and “Boombox (ft. Karra & Bugle).” Closing out the summer, Fong linked up with electronic all-star Hardwell on “Badam (feat. Mr. Vegas).”
Further infusing the record with warm, tropical vibes is Jamaican-born Nyla on vocals. A wearer of many hats, Nyla fronts the pop/reggae band Brick & Lace, and is also part of the songwriting team Bloodline, having written for Kelly Rowland, Christina Aguilera, Jennifer Lopez, amongst others. The songstress also appeared in Major Lazer’s “Light It Up,” amassing 37.1M on-demand plays to date.
Joining forces with Nyla is Stylo G, who combines his Jamaican roots with underground UK grime to create a refreshing spin on dancehall music, later winning him the crown of Best Reggae Act at the 2014 MOBO Awards. His captivating vocals have penetrated the dance and pop realms, earning him features on Dillon Francis’ “We Make It Bounce” with Major Lazer and Clean Bandit’s “Come Over,” the latter seeing 43.9M streams to date.