In light of recent events, GTA will pick up the good times in a fresh set of remixes available this Friday. The electronic music duo will release choice selections from the project each day this week leading up Good Times Ahead (Remixes)
Today, the DJ’s and producers have teamed up with NYC producer Branchez for his spin on their collaboration with What So Not, “Feel It” which also features Philadelphia rapper Tunji Ige.
GTA have put in work over the years on with an extensive resume in turning festivals into full out dance parties and collaborating with some of music’s biggest artists and producers. At the end of last year, Matt Toth and Julio Mejia released their eponymous debut album Good Times Ahead with an assortment of collaborators that pushed borders and embraced their “Death to Genre” mantra.
Featuring Tinashe, Vince Staples, Tungi Ige, Iamsu, Wax Motif, What So Not, Jarina De Marco, RKCB and Karina, the 10-track Good Times Ahead was celebrated as one of the top electronic/dance albums of 2016.
Revisit Good Times Ahead on Spotify, iTunes, Apple Music, and Soundcloud
STREAM: GTA x What So Not ft. Tunji Ige “Feel It” (Branchez Remix)
Good Times Ahead tracklisting:
1. GTA – True Romance ft. Jarina De Marco
2. GTA – Lil Bit of This ft. Vince Staples
3. GTA & What So Not “Feel It” ft. Tungi Ige
4. GTA – Heartbeat
5. GTA & Wax Motif – Get It All (video
6. GTA – All Caught Up ft. Tinashe
7. GTA – In My Nature ft. Karina
8. GTA – Pressure ft. RKCB
9. GTA – Contract ft.
10. GTA – Illuminate
Branchez Branchez Remix Good Times Ahead GTA GTA x What So Not ft. Tunji Ige "Feel It" (Branchez Remix) Iamsu Jarina De Marco Julio Mejia Matt Toth Matt Toth and Julio Mejia RKCB Tinashe Tungi Ige Tunji Ige Vince Staples Wax Motif What So Not
Last modified: January 24, 2017
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