Steve Aoki has an unmatched power to formulate dance floor smash-hits, and it is with this precise magic that he brought Backstreet back this year.
Backstreet Boys rose to international fame in the ’90s for creating some of the most timeless love songs of our era. Last month, they released their collaboration “Let It Be Me” with Steve Aoki by dropping a video premiere that shook the world from MTV to Times Square. Aoki’s explosive production coupled with Backstreet Boys’ truth bomb lyrics illustrates the tougher side of love, which created a golden anthem for lovestruck listeners everywhere.
Today, the release of four new “Let It Be Me” remixes courtesy of Ultra Records will steal the hearts of EDM enthusiasts at every edge of the earth with a variety of new music moods to help set the tone.
With a fresh new spin on the original by Aoki himself alongside remixes by Sondr, Play-N-Skillz, and Denis First, the Backstreet Boys’ classic boy-band swagger shines in a range of new colors that modern music fan can’t miss. Whether you’re waiting for “the one” or waiting for the drop, each remix has something huge to offer.
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