Rising UK talent Redfield kicks off the five-track release, delivering an emotion-tinged progressive house rework fit with euphoric drop. French DJ and producer Dombresky then channels feelgood, 90s house energy on his remix before Melbourne party starter Benson drops a pumping, stripped-back interpretation of the track. Next up, there’s a big room edit from Nightlapse, who previously linked up with MK to remix Anabel Englund single “So Hot,” and things are then closed out by Andre Salmon and Freedom B, whose club weapon remix centers around the deepest of basslines.
“Underwater”—which appears on Englund’s acclaimed debut album Messing With Magic–has racked up more than 4.5 million Spotify streams since its November release. The LP—which was described as “smoldering and sultry” by Forbes—also features tracks like “So Hot,” “Picture Us,” “Warm Disco” with Lee Foss and “Messing With Magic” with Jamie Jones. A multi-talented singer-songwriter who has worked with some of the most respected DJs and producers in dance music, Englund’s sound is entrancing in its dichotomy: oftentimes bright and carefree with her authentic Southern California breeziness, and other times irresistibly alluring with her dark, smoldering touch.
Boasting over six hundred million career streams, MK is one of the most idolized figures from the world of dance music. With over 30 years in the game, he is best known for the platinum-selling “Back & Forth” and “17,” which has sold more than one million copies in the UK alone. “17” was preceded by “Piece of Me” in 2016, another platinum-selling record to add to MK’s pile of growing accolades.
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