It's the most wonderful time of the year, especially when San Holo releases new music.
To celebrate the holidays this year, the future bass titan dropped a new remix of Wham!'s "Last Christmas."
Santa Holo San Holo flipped the 1984 holiday classic into a melodic trap tune with a cinematic feel, using acoustic guitar plucks and lush synths to flesh out the track's backbone. Its drops are produced in half-time, making the arrangement perfect for his nuanced future bass design to shine through.
This sound is a prime example of San's "stay vibrant" branding, which is highlighted by warm, poignant sound design and overarching messages of positivity. It's a sound that his fans have welcomed with open arms amid a year to forget. Check out his "Last Christmas" remix below.
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In a year devoid of live shows, San Holo has dropped a ton of new music for his fans. Back in April, he released his 7-track stay vibrant record. Later in 2020, he shared free remixes of Sheck Wes' inescapable hip-hop banger "Mo Bamba," Frank Ocean's "White Ferrari," and Soulja Boy's notorious "Crank That." San's latest release "bb u ok?" arrived in early December and doubled as a celebration of his momentous signing to Counter Records.