EXCLUSIVE: Midnight Red’s “Hell Yeah” Gets Turned Into an EDM Anthem
Posted by Newson 08/13/2012 at 12:50 PM
The Popdust Files: Midnight Red
Have you heard of Midnight Red yet? You probably should get to know them—a talented, adorable five-piece boy band, the type of of which we’ve heard there have been a couple of success stories already in 2012, they’ve already opened for Our Girl Carly Rae Jepsen, as well as boy band elder council NKOTBSB, and their debut single “Hell Yeah” is starting to take off on YouTube, where it has nearly 200,000 hits already.
“Hell Yeah” is already fairly club-ready, but this exclusive remix from house producer/DJ Morgan Page, behind such jams as “Fight For You” and the Tegan and Sara-featuring “Body Work,” removes all distance between the song and the dancefloor, a seven-minute EDM workout guaranteed to get your hands in the air.
Check it out below, and then be sure to watch the video for the original if you haven’t already—or if you have 100 times and feel like going for 101. No judgment, as always.
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