Kay Seeyen Blends Vintage & Futuristic Styles on New Track, “You’re Mine You”

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Some tracks never lose their touch. And if you can get them in the hands of the right producer, even the most recognizable tracks can experience new life. Today, we share British up-and-comer, Kay Seeyen, as he dives into the 1961 ballad, “You’re Mine You,” by Gloria Lynn, and flips it to an effortlessly smooth groove.

You might find yourself swaying. You might find yourself bouncing. Or you might just find yourself melting. This flip is dripping with vibes as a steady percussion kit directs the lush orchestral lines straight to the soul. And with a voice like Gloria’s at the helm? Sheesh, there’s nothing this track can’t do.

Kay Seeyen’s sound ranges from indie-pop, experimental hip-hop, and even to ambient lo-fi, but we’re loving this funked-up remix of a golden oldie. Stream his newest piece, “You’re Mine You,” below. Enjoy!

Kay Seeyen – You’re Mine You