After the release of one of the biggest dance music collaborations of the year, The Chainsmokers and Illenium have released a remix EP dedicated to the tune "Takeaway" featuring Lennon Stella.  

With six artists' take on the mega-collab, fans who can't get enough of the original will now have a few different flavors to experience. With everything from future bass to house, Andrew Rayel, Sondr, Ship Wrek, Pilton, Owen Norton, and DCB cover nearly everything close to the realm of the original. 

Back in the summer, the trio released a stunning music video for the track, complete with helicopter rides and New York City exploration. Just last week, Illenium, (real name Nicholas Miller) shared the news that his track "Good Things Fall Apart" with Jon Bellion went gold, making it his second gold record alongside "Feel Good" with Gryffin and Daya.

Takeaway - The Remixes by The Chainsmokers and Illenium is out now. You can download or stream the remix EP here.

H/T: Run The Trap






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