A trio of dance remixes has been released to celebrate the international success of their recent super-collab. Breathing new life into the record, Guetta, Shakira and the Peas called upon Malaa, Dubdogz, DJs From Mars and Mark Ursa to produce unique spins on the track.
First up is a collaborative remix from DJs From Mars and Guetta. Featuring plenty of old-school synths, their remix twists will.i.am's vocals into a stomping beat reminiscent of an early 2000s dance hit.
The second transformative release comes courtesy of Malaa, who is on the precipice of releasing his long-awaited debut album. Producing a more bass-forward rendition than his counterparts, the French superstar chops up vocals from the original and adds a cybernetic bassline.
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Closing things out are Dubdogz and Mark Ursa, whose club-ready remix packs an electro house punch.
You can find the full "Don't You Worry" remix bundle on streaming platforms here.