A-Trak and Joey Purp Remix Phantogram’s “You Don’t Get Me High Anymore”
"I'm from where homes get corrupted and we're prone to destruction/Coming from the murder, cap and gown is out of discussion/Middle of the summer but it snows in abundance/Wayne told me hustle on a mountain or a tundra," Purp raps.
If you can't get up and dance to this new record, check your pulse to see if you're alive. This is a perfect blend of hip-hop and electronic music, a collaboration that fans have been seeing a lot over the past couple of years.
This isn't the first time A-Trak worked with the electric duo. Last year, the Fool's Gold boss and Phantogram worked on "Parallel Lines." The Montreal-bred DJ then enlisted six of dance music’s best talents for a “Parallel Lines” remix package. A-Trak explained to us why he loves working with Phantogram.
"What I love about Phantogram is that you can't compare them to anyone," A-Trak says. "They do their own thing, on their own terms, and the music is amazing. It also helps that they are literally the nicest people I know. Last year we made a song together called 'Parallel Lines.' Then I heard 'You Don't Get Me High Anymore' and I was floored. I loved it, so remixing it was a no-brainer. Adding Joey Purp was the cherry on top."
Bump "You Don't Get Me High Anymore (Remix)" above.
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