Britney Spears is BACK AGAIN and STRONGER THAN EVER! She bringing essential HOUSE and DUBSTEP music to POP CULTURE!
IN HER OFFICIAL video clip on “HOLD IT AGAINST ME” single she using great effects for dub step bridge of the track. I know we late, but if there is anyone who still haven’t seen it yet, here you go:
But there is just a beginning. One of our all time favorite musicians – TRENDSETTER (also known as Mark Holiday), recently produced exclusive “FUTURISTIC DUBSTEP” remix. And we are proudly presenting this remix in this post!
Britney Spears – Femme Fatale including Hold It Against Me and Till the World Ends available now in all music stores! Trendsetters Exclusive Essential Edgy Futuristic Dub-step remix produced by Mark Holiday, you can download both versions on our site here:
1.) RADIO EDIT POP VERSION (Trendsetter Dubstep remix) – FREE DOWNLOAD
2.) FUTURISTIC DUBSTEP Version (produced by Trendsetter aka Mark Holiday) – FREE DOWNLOAD
P.S. PLUS BONUS: Trashy, Punk, Black & White Photoshoot of Britney Spears:
P.P.S. We LOVE her new look! Her new style, and music, and hair =) It kinda like mixture of Futuristic / PUNK / POP – just awesome! =) And Skrillex told on MTV exclusive interview:
– “The more the stuff that is underground becomes mainstream, the more the underground is gonna change,” Skrillex explained Monday. “I think it’s gonna inspire people to obviously do something different.”
Los Angeles-based Skrillex, born Sonny Moore, has a background in the post-hardcore metal scene, but in the past two years, has achieved popular success in the EDM world. He signed with deadmau5’s mau5trap records and, toward the end of 2010, released a slew of dubstep singles that topped beatport.com’s chart, even holding eight positions on the dance-music site’s top 10 at one point.
“I thought the track [“Against Me”] was great overall,” the face of popular new dubstep said. “I’ll be honest, man: I love Max Martin. I think he’s an absolute genius. And Dr. Luke did it, right? I think they are a f—ing dream team. I love the track!
“I thought the dubstep part was unnecessary,” he continued. “Not to say it was done wrong. I feel like it was very self-aware and consciously put in there to be ‘the dubstep part.’ I can see a lot of people getting pissed about it — the purist dubstep and drum and bass fans — but at the end of the day, it’s cool that people are trying new things. Sooner or later, anything that happens in the underground — be it watered down or not — it always makes itself into the mainstream. It’s cool to hear.”
To Spears’ credit, Skrillex, who it would seem couldn’t come from a more opposite musical background than Spears, spoke of her legacy.
“I really respect her,” he admitted. “From being a Mouseketeer to all the controversial stuff and to all the stuff she has been through. She does have an incredible legacy and an incredible story. The fact that she is still making records just says a lot.”
– VIA MTV