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Kodak To Graph Remixes “The Girls On Drugs” by Wale

Listen here, children: This is a big moment. Kodak To Graph, the Iranian-American producer, actually makes me want to listen to Wale again, after hearing this remix. If you were ever in denial about the use or the power of a remix, this is it: To either revive a lifeless song or to recreate a pulsating experience, and give it new life — best described as a reincarnation of sorts. I know. You’re young, but you’ve heard it here first from your fairy god aunty. Children, this is what I call “music magic” or “star power.” Now, hurry along and press play for the audacious moment that the experimental bass hits and blows your face off of your neck.

Kodak To Graph

It’s electric and its traditional Persian ney flute gives the record a unique, trippy flip, that is absolutely undeniable. The official release for The Girls On Drugs Remixes comes forth on August 28 through Big Beat. Wait on it.

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Written by Richardine Bartee

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