Monsta – Where Did I Go (Dillon Francis & Kill Paris Remix) + Messiah (Alvin Risk Remix) : Massive Official Moombahfunk Remixes

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Whoa.. I thought Skrillex and Nero’s remix of “Holdin’ On” was going to be the biggest remix on Monsta‘s debut Monsta EP. Well I’m reconsidering after hearing these HUGE remixes from Alvin Risk and a collaboration between Dillon Francis and Kill Paris for a result that they call Moombahfunk. It’s got the loose yourself energy of a Dillon Franci’s moombahton influence swith the souldful groove from Kill Paris’s funk. The vocals from Monsta get smashed and reworked in all the right places making a completely new dance anthem. Then Alvin Risk breaks out the chaotic moomahton speed cannons with an all out raging version of “Messiah”. You can pick this up in the new Monsta EP that just got released on Beatport. Who’s did you like the most? Enjoy!

Monsta – Where Did I Go (Dillon Francis & Kill Paris Remix)

Monsta – Messiah (Alvin Risk Remix)

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