Popeska – The New Kings (Flaxo Remix) : Massive Trap Remix [Thissongissick.com Premiere] [Free Download]

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Rising producer Flaxo responsible for the insane Kendrick Lamar “Swimming Pools” and Rihanna “Pour it Up” trap bootleg remixes is back with another. Flaxo destroyed “The New Kings”, which is the latest single from Popeska released through Wolfgang Gartner’s Kindergarten Recordings. From the beginning Flaxo sets the tone with a suspense-building intro featuring ominous echoing strings and beefy trap styled drums. He seamlessly adds the right amount of original vocals leading up to right about the 2 minute mark he delivers a powerful drop that will have you moving. They have been nice enough to let us pass out the exclusive free download of the song. We have also included the electro house original below. Turn it up, enjoy!

Popeska – The New King (ft. Luciana) (Flaxo Remix) | Direct Download

Popeska – The New Kings (Ft. Luciana) (Original Mix) | Beatport

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5 Comments to “Popeska – The New Kings (Flaxo Remix) : Massive Trap Remix [Thissongissick.com Premiere] [Free Download]”

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