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Le Youth’s “Let You Go” Remix Strikes Gold

Ariana O'Keefe

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Le Youth has struck gold with his new remix of icon Morgan Page’s single “Let You Go,” officially out today, September 21st.

 

 

Born Wes James, Le Youth has adapted his sound to evoke feelings of origins in the electronic industry. His mash of Clinton-era R&B and ‘90s House pulls listeners back to the roots of dance music, gradually earning him international attention as an artist. When it comes to live performances, Le Youth strides for sets jam packed with groove and hypnotic beats, bumping up the energy and euphoria that dance music features.

 

While Page’s original progresses with a more slow paced and melody focused tone, Le Youth’s remix pumps up the energy twicefold from its first beat. With prominent house vibes intricately woven throughout this rendition, the overall feel has been vamped up even more than the original anthem. The extended remix boasts such an infectious instrumental addition, and Le Youth’s flair smashes through to ultimately create a blissful “Let You Go” that could stay on repeat to get any crowd going. Raising the BPM of Page’s tune and combining it with uplifting piano runs around the vocal, Le Youth invokes a definite sun-soaked feel.

 

 

From the moment I first heard the record, I connected with the vocal and lyrics. After that it was just a matter of turning it into a House track that I can play in the club. This one is already getting lots of spins.” – Le Youth

 

 

GRAMMY-nominated Morgan Page raved about this new mix, as he heads into the 10 year anniversary of his anthem track “The Longest Road.” Additionally, Page has a slew of new music coming out in October, scoring this latest run via Armada Music.

 

“It preserves the integrity of the original but bumps up the tempo and tweaks the chord progression for some extra emotion and movement. I’m a big fan of Le Youth’s work, and excited to have him on board for this mix!” – Morgan Page

 

Photos Courtesy of Le Youth Facebook

From her first concert at 10 years old, Ariana's number one thing in life has always been music. Now, at age 22, she has found her passion within the EDM industry. Ariana grew up in the Boston area and moved to Florida for a Bachelors Degree in Communication at Rollins College in Orlando. Inspired by DJ/Producers making their dreams come true and by sensational performances at EDM festivals around the U.S, Ariana is thrilled to be on the road to living out her dreams.

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